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download movies I. Simcoe I think this is absolutely the wrong policy, which ultimately negatively affects the reputation of the film and director. On the one hand, you may well sue, on the other hand, the channel can not take the movie as long as you do not submit all the licenses for the use of materials.Much of what has been said above applies to video, or the right to use archival films. The cost of these rights also varies depending on the purpose of the film. A few years ago, all the archival materials were cheap enough. Chronicle battles of World War II cost a few dollars per foot.Now, however, the archives have turned into a thriving business that requires a huge amount for the use of materials. Today, the archives take fifty to sixty dollars per used in the final result of a foot, which corresponds to $ 100 for three seconds in the finished film.Thus, if your movie has to do with history or historical figure, it is necessary to allocate a large sum to pay for archival rights.The film about the Second World War, which I did for New York's television, archival payments amounted to about $ 30 can do the search for archival materials, state-owned, such as the National Archives, which partially solve this problem.Where this is not possible, and if the owners do not want to settle for a nominal fee, have to make the appropriate estimates.