"Digital transitions in the Cultural Heritage Sector"
Understanding the digital future of Cultural Heritage and Research
Re-use of cultural content
Cultural heritage institutions are certainly guardians of vast collections of cultural content whose re-use could certainly generate benefits for the society. For this reason, we are interested in getting to know from your side whether you are actually allowing the re-use of your collections or whether you would be willing to do so and for which purposes. Are you willing to offer the re-use of the works in your collections for non-commercial purposes such as educational or research purposes or also for commercial purposes? We are aware that there may be legal and other barriers that may prevent the re-use of the collections. If so, we would like to hear from you which are the main barriers that you find in your daily activities.
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The BFI is not (yet) in the position to offer films openly for reuse (under CC) but we are a partner for the Archives For Education scheme that provides access and licenses for UK and Irish educational organisations, film clubs, to reuse archive film https://www.archivesforeducation.com/ - discussion around copyright and creative reuse is an important part of this scheme and to try and help explain what options are available.
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