Motherland(Enat Hager) is a bold, epic film through Africa with a passionate African voice. Fusing history, culture, politics, and contemporary issues, Motherland sweeps across Africa to tell a new story of a dynamic continent. From the glory and majesty of Africa’s past through its complex and present history. Motherland looks unflinchingly toward a positive Pan-African future. With breathtaking cinematography, Motherland is a beautiful illustration of global African diversity and unity. From the award-winning producers of the acclaimed 500 Years Later, Motherland is directed by Owen Alik Shahadah.
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1. There is a clear distinction between “private” versus “public” viewings. If you buy or rent a film or a videotape, you always have permission to show it in your home. However, you are not allowed to show it in a classroom, library or any other public forum without a public performance right.
2. If you are charging an admission (or viewing) fee, it always requires an explicit public performance right.
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