Elizabeth Klinck’s Research Rights and Clearances workshop “You See It, Let’s Clear It” will delve into the world of archival image research and music rights clearance.

Participants will become familiar with concepts such as “fair dealing” and“orphan works”, and will discover ways to reduce costs and limit risks whenincluding images, footage, and music in documentary media projects. The workshop combines theory and practice and is suited for documentary filmmakers, archivists, archival researchers, directors and producers. Handouts and a follow up online consultation will be offered in addition to a 90 minute session and 30 minute Q&A. Participants will become familiar with concepts such as “fair dealing” and “orphan works”, and will discover ways to reduce costs and limit risks when including images, footage, and music in documentary media projects. The workshop combines theory and practice and is suited for documentary filmmakers, archivists, archival researchers, directors and producers. Handouts and a follow up online consultation will be offered in addition to a 90 minute session and 30 minute Q&A.
Elizabeth has worked as a producer, editorial and visual researcher, and clearance specialist on numerous award-winning international documentary films and interactive projects that have garnered Emmy, Gemini, CSA, Peabody and Oscar awards.