Monthly Archives: March 2014

Episode 48 – Google wins some, loses some, and more.

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How to protect a concept for a film when making an oral pitch?

In this video, Entertainment Lawyer Gordon Firemark answers a question about how to protect a concept for a film when making an oral pitch. http://youtu.be/94dcNiTrdN8 AUDIO: TRANSCRIPT: I’m Gordon Firemark, and this is Asked and Answered, where I answer questions from entertainment industry professionals like you, so you can take your career to the next… Continue Reading

Can choir instructor photocopy purchased sheet music?

In this video, Entertainment Lawyer Gordon Firemark answers a question about the rights to copy sheet music for use in a school setting. http://youtu.be/ENdZHm7IVX8 AUDIO: TRANSCRIPT: I’ve got a quick one for you today. It deals with the rights to copy sheet music for use in a school setting. Stay tuned. – Q: Phil is a… Continue Reading

Learn the secrets to successful crowdfunding!

If you’ve got a project you’re thinking about crowdfunding, you’re in luck. Crowdfunding works… if you know how to do it right. My friend and client Adam Leipzig, CEO of Entertainment Media Partners, will be conducting his “Going Beyond the Basics” Crowdfunding Webinar on March 18th. This webinar will teach you the basics of crowdfunding… Continue Reading

Just. Don’t. Do it.

No shooting until EVERY member of your cast and crew has signed a contract.   Seriously.   Last week, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals issued a startling ruling in a case involving an independent film. In the Innocence of Muslims case, the Court ruled that an actress who played a small role in the… Continue Reading

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