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If your institution wants a DVD of the film to use in class or to host screenings, the Public Performance Rights (PPR) is the most suitable for you.

A PPR license allows you to:

  • Include a DVD of the film in your physical library (for your online library, see the DSL license)
  • Make the DVD of the film available to members, students and faculty for the purposes of research, education, and any other non-commercial use
  • Hold unlimited private, non theatrical screenings
  • You can download a digital file of the film at no additional cost
  • You can buy as many DVDs as needed for additional $25, shipping included
  • A PPR license does not allow you to charge admission
  • The PPR license is in perpetuity
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Public Performance Rights (PPR) are the legal rights to show a film in public. According to U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, United States Code, Section 110), a public performance is any screening of a film that occurs outside of the home, or at any place where people are gathered who are not family members, such as in a school, library, auditorium, classroom or meeting room. You will need to purchase the PPR for the following uses: student club events, extracurricular sponsored events such as general lectures, film series, or for any use, outside of the classroom or within a business or company.