Any student or faculty organization, outside organization or department wanting to screen a movie must obtain screening rights and written permission before reserving a room for the screening. It is a violation of Copyright Law to screen a movie or video in a public or semi-public venue without permission. This law includes personally owned and commercially rented films. UTSA is committed to supporting and enforcing the U.S. Copyright Law.
To obtain a license for public viewing you must obtain rights from one of the following sources:
Related BORR, HOP or other Policies:
United States Copyright Office, www.copyright.gov
Reproduction of Copyright Materials, UTSA HOP 9.11
Student Activities Student Organization Handbook, Statement of Public Viewings
Last Revised: 11/5/12