In that case, if the MLPC is a dead-end, perhaps you can put it to your
community to collectively help determine the most ethical course of action.
On Tue, Oct 18, 2016 at 3:36 AM, Tom Lewis <t...@coworkinc.co.uk> wrote:
> When we launched our film nights we decided it was very important for us
> to get the correct license and pay our way. The reason? We're a creative
> and tech led workspace, and therefore are full of people who believe in the
> principle of artists and creatives getting paid for their work, and
> therefore by not paying correctly (which we could easily do, no one would
> ever notice/care) we'd be letting our members down.
> On Saturday, 8 October 2016 20:00:03 UTC+1, Oscar Gala Grano wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> Does anyone have experience with getting an umbrella license from
>> mplc.org for showing movies in a coworking space?
>> We have a 200" screen and I would love to be able to use it for movies. I
>> don't want to charge an admission fee or make a profit, but it would just
>> be a fun use to have movie nights!
>> When I called the mplc they said my scenario doesn't fit into their
>> licensing model, but I don't understand why and they are not giving me a
>> clear reason.
>> Would love to hear from other experiences!
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