FMI 451 Film Distribution and Intellectual Property

Immerses students in the operational aspects of contemporary film distribution across a wide variety of media and provides students with a firm grounding in the legal issues surrounding copyright, fair use, and contract law. Using crowdsourcing and social media, as well as more traditional techniques, students develop a plan to promote themselves and their work. Students study intellectual property law and how it has changed over time, and apply current legal principles and guidelines to their own work.


3 credits


A grade of C or better in FMI 302