What are Public Performance Rights?
Public Performance Rights (PPRs) are the legal rights held by film distributors over the showing of a film in a public place (e.g. classrooms, student lounges).
The rights-holder can grant others the temporary right to show the film by selling them or granting them a Public Performance License. Commercial feature films do not come with PPRs.
For more information about PPR, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.