Teachers must have obtained parental and school permission for students being filmed for this video competition to be filmed and for these same videos to be published online via YouTube or other website based service. Consent Form
Teachers need to agree that student videos entered are able to be shared publicly online.
All video content must be judged by SEAQ to be appropriate for student viewing, otherwise videos cannot be accepted.
COPYRIGHT INFORMATION - MUSIC COPYRIGHT
All images, text, music and sounds used in the videos must either be students'own original work, or have been used with the appropriate copyright permissions.
If requested, written permission for any third-party content included in the videos may be requested.
If students have used, or plan to use, music that is not their own (and that they have not already obtained permission to use), teachers may have to to seek synchronisation rights for them. This licensing will be done directly by the copyright holders, rather than by a central organisation.
Two kinds of copyright can be involved:
OTHER ORGANISATIONS AND RESOURCES
There are usually contacts in Australia, even if the music is not Australian. Any decisions about fees or any other aspect of the project will need to be negotiated between you and the copyright holder.
There is no central listing of copyright owners, as they are not required to be part of one, but there are various ways to look for the information. If you have enquiries about specific pieces of music, you may use the research facility provided by APRA AMCOS. You can find this on the APRA AMCOS website.
For more information on music copyright, please contact:
+61 1300 852 388
Australian Copyright Council for information on copyright law
For royalty-free music to use in production(s), you may find the following websites useful:
THE ENTRY PROCESS:
In order for your entry to be valid (and proceed to judging) you must complete the following steps before the close of entries AEST, 5 pm 22nd June 2018 ):
The online entry system will guide you through each of these steps for teachers to follow.