Showing Film Scenes Licences for Itinerant/Mobile Workers
If you are visiting other churches and you intend to show films (either film scenes or entire films) you may need to obtain permission from the copyright owner.
This is because pre-recorded videos and DVDs that you can buy or rent from shops are only intended for personal home use, not public viewing such as in your church building, hall or bookshop.
As CCLI is an agent to Christian Video Licensing International (CVLI), you don't need to contact every copyright owner each time you would like to show a film in your church. Just follow the simple steps below:
- Check that the producers are covered by the licence scheme.
- Choose which licensing option you need.
- Apply now!
When showing films don't forget:
|Ask for a contribution from people.
||Charge an entrance fee.
|Show any number of films/film scenes from the producers signed.
||Show any film – check the producers list.
Promote the film within your church
(notice board, newsletter, etc).
Promote the film outside of your church
(including billboard, etc).
|Show films from television series that have been published by an authorised studio.
||Show films that you have recorded from television.
|Put the DVD in your computer and cue it up.
||Burn the film onto another media for adding into a presentation.
There are 2 licensing options available, depending on how you intend to use films in your church:
Not sure which licences you need?
Check the Quick Guide Licence Table
Links to: SongSelect / Create / FAQs / Terms of Agreement / CopyReport