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  1. I will be commissioning a graphic artist to modify an existing film logo for parody purposes. The logo will be attached to an audio file that will use elements of the film in question, but will not be made public. Since it's not being used for open commercial use, there shouldn't be any infringement here, right? This artistic parody could end up in me making money at some point -- not directly from this piece of work, but indirectly in the future as a result of this. Not sure if that would be considered "commercial" use. This audio file will be a short parody drama that integrates elements of the film in question, and it will be sent to someone who works for the company that produced the film. So I suppose worst case, he can report me for infringement if he wants to! I just want to make sure I don't put the graphic artist in an awkward position. Thanks.
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