Submitted by New Media Rights last modified Thu, 05/28/2020 - 2:07pm
New Media Rights was proud to work on Sarah Moshman's recent documentary film, Nevertheless.
Taking a look behind the headlines of #MeToo and Time’s Up, Nevertheless follows the intimate stories of 7 individuals who have experienced sexual harassment in the workplace or school context. From a writer's assistant on a top TV show to a Tech CEO and 911 dispatcher, the film shines a light on the ways in which we can shift our culture and rebuild.
Documentaries often need a variety of legal services, from hiring a crew, to copyright, fair use and licensing, to distribution agreements. New Media Rights works with a variety of documentary and fictional video creators to overcome the legal hurdles to making their productions a reality.
"I don't know what we would have done without New Media Rights during post-production of Nevertheless. Erika and her team were incredibly thoughtful and helpful when reviewing our (extremely long and complicated) clip log and assisted us in coming up with creative solutions and reviewing fair use guidelines extensively. I would recommend any filmmaker work with them!" said Sarah Moshman, director of Nevertheless.
To learn more about the film, including how you can host an online community screening, you can visit the Nevertheless website.
Thanks to recent graduate Alexandra Inman who provided legal services along with New Media Rights Staff Attorney Erika Lee.
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