Founded in 1949 as an association registered under the French Act of 1901, UniFrance is administered by French state authorities, in particular the CNC (Centre national du cinéma et de l’image animée). UniFrance has around 1,000 members, including feature film and short film producers, sales agents, directors, actors, authors (screenwriters), and talent agents.
These General Terms and Conditions apply to any person (hereinafter referred to as the "User") in any country who visits the website http://www.unifrance.org (including its sub-domains http://en.unifrance.org, http://es.unifrance.org, and http://japan.unifrance.org)
UniFrance reserves the right to unilaterally modify these General Terms and Conditions.
The contact details of the publisher of the website http://www.unifrance.org are as follows:
13 rue Henner
Tel: +33 126.96.36.199.80
The User shall not directly or indirectly distribute, transmit, or download all or any part of the content of the website http://www.unifrance.org in any form, on any media, and by any technological means, for commercial or non-commercial purposes, without the authorization of UniFrance .
It is reiterated that the content of the website http://www.unifrance.org (including its name, brands, logos, visuals, still and moving images, sound, music, films or extracts of films, and so on) is owned or licensed by UniFrance without prejudice to copyright and all other intellectual property rights.
Consequently, the User is only permitted to access the content of the website http://www.unifrance.org for his or her own personal and private use. The User agrees not to harm or compromise, directly or indirectly, all or any part of the content of the website, notably by copying, reproducing, distributing, transmitting, disseminating, broadcasting, exhibiting, selling, granting a license, or exploiting this content in any manner.
In the case of non-compliance with these responsibilities, the User agrees to indemnify and hold UniFrance harmless from all and any legal action and liabilities arising from any person exercising rights that may have been disregarded or unrecognized, such as literary or artistic property rights, or rights of the individual, and agrees to compensate UniFrance for any prejudice resulting from such legal action and liabilities, including any legal fees and court costs that may be incurred.
In no event will UniFrance, its members, management, and/or employees, regardless of their position or rank, be held liable in any country for direct or indirect, consequential or incidental damages resulting from visiting the website http://www.unifrance.org and the utilization of its services, notably in the case of malfunction of these services due to maintenance operations, site updates, or occasional interruptions.
In compliance with the recommendations of the CNIL (the French Data Protection authority) and the provisions of the French Data Protection Act of January 6, 1978 (Article 26) pertaining to information technology, data files, and civil liberties, the User benefits from the right to obtain, access, modify, rectify, or delete data concerning him or her in the UniFrance database. Users may request that their personal contact details (which are displayed on their files with public access on http://www.unifrance.org) be deleted and not be communicated to third parties. For all requests, the User must contact UniFrance at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The website http://www.unifrance.org is accessible in numerous countries around the world, whose laws differ from those applied in France.
Consequently, it is expressly agreed that by visiting the website http://www.unifrance.org, the User accepts without any reservation that only French law will apply in the case of any litigation or disputes that may arise directly or indirectly from, or during the visiting of, the website http://www.unifrance.org.
By accepting the present General Terms and Conditions, the User acknowledges that they are specific to the website http://www.unifrance.org.
Rules pertaining to the conflict of laws remain nonetheless reserved.
In all cases, only the French courts of the place of the registered office of UniFrance will be deemed competent for all litigation or dispute that cannot be settled out of court.
NOTE: The English version of these General Terms and Conditions is provided for translation purposes only.