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Re: Is a public school conjoined to a city park not in session considered a public place where one can film?

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Angelo LorenzoRe: Is a public school conjoined to a city park not in session considered a public place where one can film?
by on Nov 16, 2011 at 12:23:49 am

As others have suggested, there are nuances to local laws that make this question difficult to answer.

I suggest talking to your local school district office (if they don't have a rep specifically for film, ask to speak to their media/news liaison or if they still don't have one then assistant superintendent). Explain your intent and if they're cool without a formal permit, have them send an email response you can print out and show any security you may run into.


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