Tuesday, February 22, 2011

 In any case, the producer must obtain the rights of the material before they can proceed with making a film. 


Apple
Google
Facebook
Youtube
and etc.
....


didnt obtain the rights of the material before they did their projects. 


Rights are obtained by purchasing the material or by an option agreement (which provides the producer the exclusive right to purchase the material). The reason for this is that most published material is copyrighted and any use of the material without the author's consent could bring about major lawsuits. 


If a producer wants to find out where the picture rights currently stand for a piece of material, they can easily have a copyright search performed.


In the film industry, pre-production formally begins once a project has been greenlit.


(Green is last name of my grandmother. She was born 1910)


Burberry Group plc (LSEBRBY) is a British luxury fashion house, manufacturing clothing,fragrance, and fashion accessories. Its distinctive tartan pattern has become one of its most widely copied trademarks. Burberry is most famous for its iconic trench coat, which was invented by founder Thomas Burberry






Found Basingstoke, United Kingdom (1856)




Last time I went to Mar'evka, before 


Zelenina (Ryabinina, eng. Ashberry)


Anna... or Nyura, my grandmothers Akulina's 


sister died.... Her nick name was Mamashka.







and gold roses I found on umbrella I got for my mother in Tokyo long time ago. 
It was Hanae Mori. 

and the sold my Mashka hamster without my permission.


And I got this in Japan long time ago.








from 1990 /bulls/

Moominvalley

by

Tove Jansson Finland



In all, nine books were released in the series, with five picture books and a comic strip being released between 1945 and 1993.  1993  is WHEN I WENT TO JAPAN. 

Genre Childrens Fantasy




AND FROM JAPAN. 2007.


and this.... 

again my apt. number 

10 160 Ju 38???

what ju? DARTS?
NO thank you.



PRO BONO?


is because no one took seriously
 hostesses in Japan and geishas. 

Pro bono publico (usually shortened to pro bono) is a phrase derived from Latin meaning "for the public good". The term is generally used to describe professional work undertaken voluntarily and without payment as a public service. It is common in the legal profession and is increasingly seen in marketing, technology, and strategy consulting firms. Pro bono service, unlike traditional volunteerism, uses the specific skills of professionals to provide services to those who are unable to afford them. 

VS.


408 996 1010

AND WHAT HAPPENED?????



1996 and 1999. 







Another shareholder questioned the 30/70 split

 that is part of Apple's new subscription plan, 

suggesting that by reducing its cut the 

company could play a part in keeping 

newspapers alive.


1980



1991.


1993


1971. NAS?




30/70 (1970 NIGO)


His nickname means "number two" in Japanese?

and  little girl VARYA on 5th floor..........in my gate..

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