BNNVARA gives copyright Jesse back to manufacturer
BNNVARA has decided to be part of the copyright of the documentary Jesse over to the producer.
The broadcaster reports that the transfer happens “in exchange for an amount equal to the original contribution of BNNVARA”.
The producer and creator can now decide what to do with the material occurs. Filmproductiebedrijf Doxy producer Janneke Dolaard let you know the film in several cinemas in the wish to release, and “continue to distribute, so that the public is given the possibility to the film in the short term to see”.
Author Joey Bing is confident that this will succeed. “Several parties had already reported,” he says. “I’m certainly very happy that the public gets the chance to see the film and have an opinion to form.” The Telegraph has let know to have an interest for the film and the raw material.
BNNVARA was the first plan to get Jesse to broadcast on tv, but saw them off after much criticism there was came. Stumbling block was that Bing itself for GroenLinks was active during the last election campaign.
In the first instance, found BNNVARA no insurmountable problem, since the broadcaster all the raw material got, was responsible for the final editing, and Bing at the beginning of the film, his role is clear. Omroepdirecteur Gerard Timmer came to the conclusion “that there is doubt about our journalistic independence” and decided to see the broadcast.
The commissariaat voor de Media, with BNNVARA in conversation about the establishment, of the independence and the funding of the documentary Jesse about the GroenLinks-leader.