Developing best practice codes for creative audiovisual re-use
This project – part of the EU Horizon 2020 funded consortium reCreating Europe: Rethinking digital copyright law for a culturally diverse, accessible, creative Europe – aims to enable creative innovation and culture-based business through the development of sector-specific codes of best practices in relation to copyright exceptions and other permitted uses of copyright works in the audiovisual (AV) field. To unlock the creative, cultural, economic, and social innovation potential deriving from the reuse of European digitised cultural heritage, T4.3 ultimately aims to enable creative and cultural AV sectors to make informed business decisions based on shared principles and best practices in (re)using copyrighted materials.
The project has produced codes of best practices on creative reuse for two communities: documentary filmmakers and curators of immersive experiences.
Horizon 2020 – Rethinking digital copyright law for a culturally diverse, accessible, creative Europe (Grant Agreement No. 870626)
Meletti, B., & van Gompel, S. (2021). D4.10 Issue reports on how copyright exceptions and other permitted uses that are relevant for documentary filmmakers and immersive digital heritage practitioners are understood in the Netherlands and the UK. Zenodo.
Summary blog, including video recording of the webinar ‘Building Copyright Literacy for a Global Community of Open Educators with the Code of Best Practice in Fair Use for OER’ (2021) – Copyright and Fair Practice in Documentary Filmmaking and Immersive Digital Heritage.
Meletti, B., & van Gompel, S. (2022). Code of Best Practices on Creative Reuse for Documentary Filmmakers. Zenodo.
Meletti, B., & van Gompel, S. (2022). Code of Best Practices on Creative Reuse for Immersive Experiences. Zenodo.