A British documentary filmmaker will get to air his copyright infringement claim against salvagers of the sunken ship R.M.S. Titanic and the Discovery Channel cable television network because a federal Southern District judge yesterday dismissed most of the motions aimed at the lawsuit.

Plaintiff Alexander Lindsay said that he was not compensated for footage of the wrecked ocean liner which he helped shoot and were used in a Discovery Channel broadcast.

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