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FORWARD project – Framework for a EU-wide Audiovisual Orphan Works Registry
Kerstin Herlt, Association des Cinémathèques Européennes (ACE) Head of Office

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  1. 1. Framework for a EU wide Audiovisual Orphan Works Registry EVA / MINERVA Conference, Jerusalem, 8-9 NOV 2015 Kerstin Herlt, Association of European Film Archives Co-funded by the Community programme ICT-PSP
  2. 2. • A TOOL TO ASSESS THE RIGHTS OF AV WORKS (READY IN 2016) • A REGISTRY FOR ORPHAN FILMS • A PILOT PROJECT initiated by ACE and funded by the EU • CARRIED OUT BY 13 partners, with a focus on FILM HERITAGE WHAT IS FORWARD?
  3. 3. WHAT IS THE PROBLEM? ACE SURVEY on ORPHAN FILMS 2010
  4. 4. ACE SURVEY on ORPHAN FILMS 2010 Production period (orphan works)
  5. 5. WHAT‘S THE PROBLEM?
  6. 6. • Hundreds of thousands of films with unknown rights status • A large part are considered ORPHAN • Lack of reliable information to clear rights • Lack of resources to identify rights holders Rights Situation in Europe’s FHI
  7. 7. if you do not know whom to ask for permission, a user cannot make use of the work, without infringing copyright.invest considerable resources to locate the rights owner WHAT‘S THE PROBLEM WITH OW? Copyright Infringement High Costs
  8. 8. FORWARD AIMS TO PROVIDE CLEAR COPYRIGHT STATUS ? ORPHAN
  9. 9. What makes it complicated? • FORWARD system builds on different copyright legislations (10 Film Heritage Institutions = 10 copyright laws) • EU Orphan Works Directive Dilligent Search Guidelines
  10. 10. LEGAL DECISION TREE – Establish Copyright Status for a Film made in NL
  11. 11. Key points of the EU Orphan Works Directive FHI has Work wish to reuse allowed uses? What ? • public mission inst. • hold the work • can make use of the OW • Diligent Search • Producer’s country • Data source • Preservation • Making Available ( • Non- commercial • Cinematographic audiovisual works across the EU EU • Diligent Search • Producer’s country • Data sources
  12. 12. Sources for a Diligent Search (AV) • Diligent Search • Producer’s country • Data source
  13. 13. … transposed into national Orphan Works Legislation
  14. 14. FORWARD WORKFLOW DILIGENT SEARCH
  15. 15. Specifics of the AV sector many authors: at least four, so the diligent search must be repeated n- times. lack of national registry, many sources in each country, Feeding missing data in some cases entered manually The DS must be tailored on national legislations
  16. 16. FORWARD architecture
  17. 17. Summary of FORWARD goals FO RWARD GOALS Rights status assessment tool Support Diligent Searches Reduce costs to clear rigths More films with clear rights indication Help FHI to implement OWDBuild a registry of AV Orphan Works
  18. 18. FORWARD (via ACE) • Monitors the implementation the Orphan Works Directive (OWD) in the Member States • Coordinates with OHIM (EU Orphan Works Database) WHAT ELSE ?
  19. 19. WHAT ELSE ?
  20. 20. Statistics OHIM Database Countries with orphan works registered in database Total = 11 Orphan Work database records = Total 1352 Orphan AV Works = 733 Countries with no orphan works registered in database Total = 20 September 2015 Source: Office for the Harmonisation in the Internal Market
  21. 21. EXPECTED FORWARD BENEFITS Time saving Flexible, adaptable to different legal frameworks Facilitate rights information management Copyright status identification Registry of AV Orphan Works
  22. 22. forward@cinematek.be www.project-forward.eu
  23. 23. Contact: ace@deutsches-filminstitut.de forward@cinematek.be www.project-forward.eu

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