This guidance relates to the following units:
- Film Portfolio
- Collaborative Project
The IB says…
“The creative production assessment tasks (the film portfolio and collaborative film
project) require students to be the creators of their own film work to demonstrate their skills as credible internationally-minded filmmakers in their own right.
As such, students are therefore only able to submit work for assessment that they themselves have created. The creative film production tasks must not include any copyright material whatsoever, and any creative commons material deemed essential to the completed film must be kept to a minimum (see below) and be carefully justified by all members of the core production team.”
What is meant by keeping the use of creative commons material ‘to a minimum’?
- Film portfolio: A maximum of 30 seconds of creative commons audio-visual material may be used in each film reel in the submitted film portfolio.
- Collaborative film project: A maximum of 30 seconds of creative commons audio-visual material may be used in the completed film submitted for the collaborative film project assessment.