Film Copyright in the European Union

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Cambridge University Press, 2002. gada 20. jūn. - 431 lappuses
Intellectual property issues in the film industry are often highly complex and in today's world are evolving rapidly. In the first book on this subject, Pascal Kamina unravels the complexities of film protection in the fifteen member states of the European Union, giving special emphasis to the United Kingdom and France. As well as addressing key aspects of film copyright, Kamina also deals with the protection of film works within the European Union in the context of European harmonisation of copyright laws. He details the main features of the domestic legislations of EU member states, and identifies the difficulties awaiting a further harmonization of copyright and neighbouring rights in this field. This book will interest practitioners, academics and students. The developments on contracts and moral rights will be of particular interest to lawyers outside continental Europe.

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2 The history of film protection in Europe
9
3 Subsistence of copyright
59
4 Authorship and initial ownership
130
5 Copyright transfers and authorial rights
173
6 Exclusive rights
208
7 Exemptions and permitted acts
256
8 Moral rights in films
284
9 Performers rights
338
10 Protection of foreign film works
365
A basic guide to the European Union
386
Principal national copyright legislation
391
EC copyright directives
393
Status of the adherence of EU Member States to international copyright conventions
394
US copyright relations with EU Member States
400
Index
403
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Pascal Kamina is Assistant Professor at the Univeristy of Poitiers, as well as an Attorney at Law of the Paris Bar.

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