The Film Rights War

New Windows into History content will gradually start to appear on our sister site from now on, The View from the Junkyard, eventually forming one integrated site.  This is an add free site, so will provide you with a more comfortable reading experience.  Please click across for today’s new article about a significant moment in the early days of cinema.

In the very early days of cinema there was nothing in the way of regulations to protect the interests of the film-makers. As cinema became more and more popular, this became an increasing problem. Films were sold to theatres to be shown, and from that point onwards the film-makers had lost control of their work […]

via The Film Rights War — The View from the Junkyard

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