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B567 Intellectual Property Practicum: The Legal Aspects of Independent Filmmaking

Description This quasi-clinical course allows students the opportunity both to learn about the substantive law and business underlying independent filmmaking and to gain invaluable experience in researching and drafting related work product. A set of local independent filmmaker "clients" meets with the class periodically throughout the semester, and students participate in a series of workshops with motion picture professionals (in 2005, guests included writer/producer Angelo Pizzo, producer Michael Uslan and film festival producer Jeff Sparks, among others). The course includes assigned readings from Gregory Goodell's "Independent Feature Film Production" and other sources.

Note This course satisfies the professional skills requirement.

Faculty R. Meitus

SemesterTitleFaculty
Spring 2009 - 2010Intellectual Property Practicum: The Legal Aspects of Independent FilmmakingMeitus, R.