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Show Movies at your Library
March 23, 2011 - 1:44pm — lauralee
A public performance license is required in order to show films in any public setting, including public libraries and schools.
In Canada there are two main providers of public performance licenses:
Each company represents different film producers. Once a license is obtained, only the films of those represented by the licensing company can be shown. The exception is films purchased with public performance rights included, which is usually indicated on the film packaging.
Parkland Regional Library has contracted with Audio-Ciné Films to make public performance licenses available for those public libraries who wish to participate. These contracts are renewed at the end of November each year. Contact your consultant for further information.
It is illegal to show films in public settings without a license, in accordance with copyright legislation. Further information on copyright for both school and public libraries can be found on our Copyright Information page.
Dec 25-Jan 1 - Parkland office closed
Dec 27-31 - Emergency helpdesk support available to libraries from 10 am to 4 pm
Jan 17 - Workshops - Annual Report & iPac Attack at Parkland, all day
Jan 20 - Workshops - Annual Report & iPac Attack at Parkland, all day