New Video: How to Register a Screenplay with the U.S. Copyright Office.

18 months ago, a put up a post showing, with pictures, how to register a screenplay with the U.S. Copyright Office.

Now, for people who feel that still pictures are not enough, I have created a video that follows me as I register a screenplay with the U.S. Copyright Office. If you watch it, you will know exactly what to do (and you can save all those pesky lawyer fees).  So please watch it, and let me know what you think.  I’ll be doing more videos soon.

Here’s the link: How to Register a Screenplay with the U.S. Copyright Office.

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5 responses to “New Video: How to Register a Screenplay with the U.S. Copyright Office.

  1. I’ve already done it, but wanted to say that I’m forwarding this on to some friends who always have questions. Thanks!

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  2. Hi to every one, the contents present at this site are genuinely amazing for people experience, well, keep up the good work fellows.

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  3. The Girl

    The video is very useful, thank you! I can tell you have a passion for what you do.

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  4. I’ve successfully registered my copyrights with your instructions on more than one occasion so thank you for that! But now, I came across a question for a new story I just wrote and want to register. I wrote the story in 2 different versions/derivatives in “short script form” and “short story form” and they are the same story with same plot/character. I wanna send both out at the same time for submissions. I understand that if I copyright the short story version then any other derivative such as a script would also be protected under that same copyright, but does it matter at all which version I choose to copyright? Any benefit with one over the other? I mean, I wouldn’t need to register both versions, would I?

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