Clarification by Staff on a Help Topic about Photo Submissions

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Need a clarification on this help topic.

https://help.imdb.com/article/contribution/images-videos/images-guidelines/G27LPBQZA7EAZGJW?ref_=helpsect_contrib_6_5#titles
Title Tags

Tagging Titles 

If an image is a poster, still frame, publicity, or event photo for a certain movie, series or episode, you can tag the image to the relevant IMDb 'title page'.

However, please do not tag titles in:
  • Award ceremonies/events
    • Where the person/s in the image are not attending primarily for the title. For example, Ryan Gosling has attended Cannes film festival a number of times, but only one year for the movie Drive (2011), e.g. the Cannes event in 2011. Therefore, Drive (2011) should only be tagged in photos from the 2011 Cannes event.
1. If a reunion of cast event is held for the title decades later, is it allowed in the photo gallery tagged as an event? IE: 5 Years. 10 Years. 25 Years. Or whatever years.

2. If yes, could you add a clarification to the Help Topic above.

3. If no, could you add a clarification to the Help Topic above.


As it reads now in the given example, it references a (2011) movies release only, and a Cannes only in (2011). Same year. It leads one to believe that later events are not allowed.




Thanks
Ed:):)

Please all Champions, resist replying.
Thank you.
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Hi Ed, thanks for reaching out about this. If the reunion is being attended primarily for the title and is an official event associated with the title, then the image can be added. However, if, for example, a few members of a cast get together to have lunch, that is not an image that will be accepted. 
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Could this be reflected in clearer wording then in the help topic? As it is now, it really does not address it.
Thanks.