Campaign clip / contrafection: Eric Zemmour’s lawyer invokes “freedom of expression”

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Gaumont and EuropaCorp are asking for 25,000 euros in structures and contributions from Eric Zemmour for the use of unauthorized images and the release of campaign clips, published on November 30.

Contraception or freedom of expression; Assigned to justice by artists after the unauthorized use of images in their campaign clip, Eric Zemmour’s lawyer advocates that his last argument be taken on January 27 to defend his client before the Paris tribunal.

In the absence of the extreme right-wing candidate for the presidency, his adviser Me Olivier Pardo fused an attempt at “censorship”, and defended the use of video excerpts “in the frame of a short quote”, “irreversibility of the procedure.

The societies Gaumont and EuropaCorp, the directors Luc Besson and François Ozon, or even the Society of Dramatic Authors and Composers (SACD) benefit Eric Zemmour and the movement Reconquête! for “contrefaçon” and “atteinte aux droits moraux et patrimoniaux”.

“Gaumont et EuropaCorp ne font pas politique”

For their advocates, the use of these images is not permitted except for a number of other authors, who claim that the candidate team in Jamaica “does not have the right to contact the right holders”, of the references at the end of the video, planning a duet on their accord. “Gaumont and EuropaCorp are not politically motivated, or even popular cinema, and their lawyer, Thierry Marembert, has been defended, and our Jamaican government has agreed to authorize the use of party excerpts.”

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“Our aurions refracted by the whole world (…) but are associated with any of the extreme ideas, which is a complementary premise,” he acknowledged, evoking Eric Zemmour’s criminal connotations. A “political fiber” on the advocate of the candidate is ironic, pointing plutontically at the mounting of the advertisement advertised by the plaintiffs.

Gaumont is asking for € 25,000 from public services and contributions for Henri Verneuil’s film “Un singe en hiver”, € 25,000 in addition to EuropaCorp pour “Lucanen de Jeanle d’Arcet”, a moral title du droit. The event will take place on March 4.

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