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Copyright Policy
Our actions are not performed for profit. The films listed on this website are available for no charge. Just click the link and enjoy the film. Donations help greatly, but payments are not required.
It is neither our intent or desire to violate the Copyrights of others. Professor Curtis does follow and respect Copyright laws worldwide. Our intent here is to gather, share, explore, revisit, and rejoice in the art designs and works of past filmmakers, many who were almost forgotten thanks to fast moving changes in technologies, as well as changes in our society and various cultures. These artists are our heroes in our community, Thus we uplift them, to preserve the artistry, knowledge, and reputations of these films.
If you have an objection to any film being linked to thought our website, no matter whom you may be, then drop us an email and state your case. Your opinion will be seriously considered, and actions may be taken in your favor.
If you believe that a copyright you own has been infringed upon, and you have decided not to email us to request your film be removed from our website then the following Copyright Notices process should be followed.

Copyright Notices


If you are a rights owner (or acting on behalf of a rights owner) and believe that any content infringes your copyright, you must provide us with a written notice which states the following:
That you are the rights owner or are authorised to act on the rights owner's behalf.
That you have identified content on the platform which infringes your copyright (or infringes the copyright of a third party on whose behalf you are entitled to act, if applicable) and you believe in good faith that use of the content in the manner complained of is not authorised by you, the rights owner's agent or by law.
A description of the copyright work that you claim has been infringed which should include, the type of work (such as a photograph or a sound recording) and any relevant further details (such as the title and date of publication, as applicable).
A description of the way in which the copyright material has been infringed. Information reasonably sufficient to permit us to locate the content in question on the platform (including a URL specifying the date the platform was accessed and/or a screen shot).
Information that will enable us to contact you, such as your name, a postal address, telephone number, and an email address (these contact details will also be provided to the alleged infringer so that they may contact you directly, in order to attempt to resolve the complaint amicably).
Your electronic or physical signature (which may be a scanned copy). That the information in the notice is true and accurate.
Completed notices should be sent via email to; copyright.professorcurtis@googlemail.com with a subject line beginning with 'Copyright Notice'. This ‘notice and take down’ procedure is regulated by statute. There may be negative consequences if you falsely allege content is infringing copyright or send a copyright infringement notice to us in bad faith. We suggest that you take legal advice before sending a copyright infringement notice, if you are unsure about your rights in the content, or whether there has been an infringement of your rights.
Thank you, ~ Prof.
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