The organisers of the EFM cannot be held responsible for delays or cancellations of screenings if the technical data provided by the participants is incomplete or inaccurate. This is true especially for faulty information on the running time of the film.
Film and sound recordings of any kind at the European Film Market screenings are not permitted. Any infringement can lead to civil and criminal legal action and will result in the visitor being asked to leave the venue.
Film, digital, video or sound recordings that contain any content of an EFM screening as well as the recording device containing them can be confiscated. The devices can be returned upon the condition that the owner agrees to delete the recordings beforehand.
In light of the necessity to protect from piracy, every participant ensures that he will not steal intellectual property, in accordance with copyright laws and with respect to the resultant rights.
If authorized persons record images and / or sound during an EFM screening, attendees comply with their possible inclusion in an image and/or sound recording and that these recordings may be broadcast or transmitted to third parties for the purpose of publication without any claim to remuneration.
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In certain instances, the sales company may request to limit access to their screening or not to list it in the EFM Screening Schedule.
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