The Conundrum of Competing Rights, Carolyn Anderson

This is Anderson’s earliest article about the Follies case, written for the Journal of University Film Association, and in which she outlines the basic problem of competing first and fourth amendment rights (freedom of speech and privacy respectively), and cites this as a common conundrum that faces documentary filmmakers, but one that usually remains outside the courts. Continue reading “The Conundrum of Competing Rights, Carolyn Anderson”