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Film Public Performance Screening Licences

Planning to screen a movie anywhere outside the home? If so, you will generally need permission from the copyright holder. In many cases, you can get a Public Performance Screening Licence to stay within the law.


Information Sheet: Film Public Performance Screening Licences - 163kB
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