Anyone know what the legal issues are when using toys like lego or playmobil in a short film intended for festivals?I want to use playmobil in a short film. We are depicting them drinking in a pub…Continue
"There is a whole Lego film community making films, so I guess Lego probably encourages that. Don't know about any other manufacturer, they might see it as promoting their toys, they might not. I don't animate with toys as characters, but…"
Anyone know what the legal issues are when using toys like lego or playmobil in a short film intended for festivals?I want to use playmobil in a short film. We are depicting them drinking in a pub but other than it's pretty PC. (who says that anymore? what is this the 90's)If it is infringing copyright how much do we need to alter them to bypass any copyright laws? My wife who makes films with me was able to get free toys from Hasbro for her first short film. This was years ago. I wonder if…See More
"Alan was on set supervising the stunts. Weird that you mention him. He had no feet due to a fatal car stunt accident involving craft services and a dinosaur . But feetless Alan, as we call him made Barry trust him even more. I suppose on a deeper…"
"Ah I see, like the "When I nod my head, you kick it between the goalposts" episode of the Flintstones... Alan Reed (the actor who played Fred) was hospitalized with a sever concussion because he insisted on actually performing that stunt.…"
"OMG, I can't believe what you put that poor little blue ball of clay through just to make this self aggrandizing film to make yourself look like some kind of hero! Have you no empathy for the pain and suffering Barry needed to endure??? I…"
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