I created last year as Caritas employees a short film relating to "day care" (, 13 minutes), which became a national online information uploaded to the website of the institution and on a Medientube of the Archdiocese. Also distributed as a mini-DVD in the population was (; 1,000 units).
Now give me an employee for promotion in another diocese, an indication that I should back up there in any case the film rights. He found him so well and thinks that it could serve as a template for other houses in his diocese, he'd have been a prospect in mind.
Just how do I do that anyway? And where? And what does such fun? What does this have any impact on me / for prospective buyers? To these legal things I did not worry me at all. I have made it as easy Caritas staff for the house, synonymous requires no extra pay or receive for such /. Now, I'm still Caritas staff, (but with a different carrier; regionally changed). I only leave my name in the credits, ie that of me is Camera, Editing, Sound and Music has been created.
For the one or other regard, I would be grateful ...
Antwort von ksr:
So if you have made this movie as a work order and produced in the course of your working hours (; therefore you were synonymous pay), are the television rights to your employer - that can not be changed retroactively.
If you created the movie in your spare time and the employer have made available, you'd have to define terms - in a nice employer, there may be something else, perhaps in hindsight govern. Enter your name in the credits that are available and your activities, but schonmal very good!
Basically secure "film rights" does not exist or can mean anything. That others make a similar film, you can not legally stop anyway, so there is no patent on this type of film.
But how about if you feel the prospective customers, "synonymous create his" film? Must hold with your employer to clarify whether you can do part-time, or how your verfahrt there, you should not synonymous, of course, be exploited, filmmaking is really very time consuming ...
Antwort von Addie:
Thanks for the advice.
It was both - the first time, then working, so the rights probably lie with the employer. Is not that synonymous dramatic, I rather go down to the fundamentals, there's nothing I need to readjust. And what I did not know: that to secure such thing as principle, "film rights" that it can mean anything.
How will it look like in the future, I do not know yet, but might be that I continue to create for my employer a few spots for the home page with different destinations. Against this background, there are a few tips that I should consider? Or there's the typical pitfalls or No-Go's, what the legal terms? Or otherwise exploit synonymous, of motion? Name in the credits, etc. I would probably handle next so long as the employer simply says ...