Filmmakers and authors in the United States have been given the legal go-ahead to write stories about British detective Sherlock Holmes without paying a licence fee.
Case presented after American editor defends use of characters - because most stories have passed into public domain, writes Liz Bury
The Independent Filmmaker Project fosters the development, production and promotion of hundreds of feature and documentary films a year.
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