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Asked on: 7/10/12, 1:59 pm

I am developing an ongoing project in my local senior center. The project is a service where i would video tape senior participants, and having them tell their life stories. I would then give the finished tape to family members or loved ones. All of this is completely free. Do i need legal contracts to do this?


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Answered on: 7/10/12, 2:05 pm by Joel Selik

Initially, releases and permission documents would be in a good idea.


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