How Do I Find Out if a Movie Has Public Performance Rights?

 Q: What is a public performance? A: According to the U.S. copyright law (Title 17, United States Code, Section 110), a public performance is any screening of a videocassette, DVD, videodisc or film which occurs outside of the home, or at any place where people are gathered who are not family members, such as in a school, library, auditorium, classroom or meeting room. Q: What are movies with public performance rights?