Fair Use In Canadian Documentary Films: Info Session
A contemporary interpretation of the Fair Use provisions of US Copyright law has revolutionized documentary filmmaking in recent years. Working closely with LA law firm Donaldson & Califf, White Pine Pictures has taken advantage of Fair Use provisions in several of their recent films including Buffy Sainte-Marie, Margaret Atwood, Ice-Breaker, All Governments Lie, Toxic Beauty and others.
Join White Pine Pictures President and founder, Peter Raymont to hear about Fair Use in Canadian documentary films.
🗓️ December 6th, 2022
🕔 2:00pm ET
Filmmaker, journalist, writer, Peter Raymont has produced and directed over 100 films and TV series during his 50-year career. Raymont’s films have received 52 international awards including 13 Geminis (49 nominations), Gold and Silver Hugo, The Sesterce d’Argent among others. His documentary feature, Shake Hands with the Devil: The Journey of Roméo Dallaire was honoured with the 2007 Emmy for Best Documentary and the Audience Award for World Cinema Documentaries at the Sundance Film Festival. Raymont’s films are often provocative investigations of “hidden worlds” in politics, the media, and big business. His films are informed with a passion for human rights and social justice. His films on poet and author Ariel Dorfman and pianist Glenn Gould were shortlisted for the Academy Award for Best Documentary. Guantanamo’s Child: Omar Khadr (2016) was nominated for an Emmy and received three Canadian Screen Awards, including the 2017 Donald Brittain Award for Best Social-Political Documentary.