. . . but it would violate copyright – paraphrased from comments by Elizabeth on this post – Inside Higher Ed :: When It’s OK to Copy . So obviously we need to amend the copyright law, but before that happens, we need to sort out "fair use". The Society for Cinema and Media Studies is advocating for disambiguation of fair use in the copyright law, and working to define policies for using visual and aural materials in scholarly endeavors. More power to them and I’m glad to have discovered their site.
And now for a brilliant and hysterical review of fair use, I present "A Fair(y) Use Tale".