Sequence of a famous singer who died in film build
Frage von klinsman: Januar 2010
Hello, I'm just here a satirical film about the still-building mania s.spanischen coasts grasierende make. Thus, a Inverstorengruppe wants the last untouched beaches of the Costa de la Luz with golf courses and a dozen 5-star hotels zuplastern - and exactly where I live in Conil. Here is a video of Conil. YouTube - La Magia de Conil
In one scene, I would like a sequence of a famous Spanish singer-songwriter (Antonio Vega install), who passed away recently. Are there any legal concerns, if I only use the Picture without sound?
Greetings and thanks Jurgen
Antwort von Frank B.:
I am not a lawyer, therefore, of everything without guarantee.
I would say it comes on it s. below what circumstances the photographs of the singer-songwriters have emerged. Was it a public concert where you had permission and have made a movie while the recordings themselves, then it should go. In a secret recording or for a copy from television, it is not, or only with appropriate permits. The recent death of the artist should be irrelevant.
Antwort von thos-berlin:
No guarantee, no legal counsel:
Even after the death of an artist anyone has the rights s.seinem work. Either a publisher, or the heirs. For use in your video So you must get an appropriate release of rights holders, possibly for a fee.
This has nothing to do with performance rights, which are payable in addition (in Germany s.The Gema) to.
Antwort von Somin:
The rights remain with Music for 70 years and can not be extended synonymous. Therefore, classical (Mozart, etc.) yes gemafrei synonymous.
Well, only the composition s.sich, but alas it has been handled in the meantime. Then again may lurk the trap. Although the composition of GEMA is free, it is forbidden to make such classic recordings of CDs or other recordings in their own film, as long as we recorded the music does not selbt. Otherwise, the rights of musicians, performers attack, producers etc.
So the above statement is synonymous with enjoying caution.