Moonstones07, The Reader

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Copyright infringement?(fan fiction) on 10/13/2019 11:07:28 PM

If you really must, how about making it a parody of the Page Master movie as your way of travelling from book to book while you're at it?

Copyright infringement?(fan fiction) on 10/13/2019 9:47:17 PM

Well my author ain't on the list, the film company hasn't caused issues, and I can't find anything for the author on fanfiction. Either way, thanks for the list of authors to avoid creating fanfiction of their works. 

Copyright infringement?(fan fiction) on 10/13/2019 7:45:34 PM

True, I have heard of such instances. However, there is a small load of fanfiction for this film on other sites, a few being my own, and no one has ran into trouble nor myself. Still, I understand your warning and will always heed to the possibility of the copyright owner wanting any or all of my work taken down. 

Copyright infringement?(fan fiction) on 10/13/2019 6:56:15 PM

Thanks for your reply. Due to having read the linked article and already researching fair use laws, I meant more in the sense of getting in trouble with the site, for I've come across sites who are more stingy. 


Thanks also for your reply. I think to remove the base plot of the film I'll instead swap the order around, and perhaps merge pieces from the film and book the film itself was based off of. In that sense it will be like a collage of the two sources with pieces cut from both and pieces added of my own. 


Though again, for not even being certain of ever publishing such a work, I'm putting in quite the thought, so I must say most of this is more curiosity than for a very likely potential of a published work. 

Copyright infringement?(fan fiction) on 10/13/2019 6:17:28 PM

say I wanted to take a film and turn it into a broad choose your own story adventure? I say broad as in I know I may never finish it, but if I were to publish it, how open ended and full of variety must it be to avoid breaking any copyright rules, if even possible to avoid breaking such? And, as a last resort, would I have to completely avoid at least one version of the original film plot completely?