There is one summary for S.2256. Bill summaries are authored by CRS.

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Introduced in Senate (02/25/1992)

Film Disclosure Act of 1992 - Amends the Lanham Act to require that each public exhibition of a materially altered motion picture (and each copy of such film offered to the public through sale or rental) bear a label which conspicuously discloses the fact of: (1) the film's material alteration from the form in which it was first released to the public; (2) the nature of such alteration; and (3) any objections raised by the artistic authors with reference to such alteration.

Delineates the compliance procedure for: (1) distributors or networks that propose to exploit a materially altered film; and (2) motion pictures intended for home use through either retail purchase or rental.

Grants an artistic author the right to seek injunctive relief in U.S. district courts to prevent violation of his or her rights under this Act.