W&DW congratulates MOSFILM Studios in the year of its 95th anniversary, delivering a plaque to honor its General Director, Russian-Armenian renowned film director and screenwriter, Karén Shajnazárov.
In the city of Zagreb, on 21-22 February 2019, the International Conference “Women in the cinema industry” was held, organized by the Croatian Film Director’s Guild (DHFR), the management society for Directors and Scriptwriters of the country, convoking representatives and Authors of International Federations, management societies and key referring persons of the cinema industry.
The Australian Writers’ Guild Authorship Collecting Society (AWGACS), Australian Writers’ Guild and Screenrights have settled their Federal Court dispute.
On Saturday 26 of last October and with the aid of Peter Carpentier —member of the executive committee of W&DW; Director and Cinematographic Scriptwriter; President of the professional group Author and Director BVR of VG BILD-KUNST, the German management company— a lecture on international copyright was delivered to a large number of graduates in authorial specialization.
In the framework of the meeting with the Executive Committee of W&DW, its member authors, have been invited to meet the nearly century-old MOSFILM Studios.
For the first time, the Executive Committee of the International Council of Creators W&DW has met in the city of Moscow, Russian Federation, with the aim of approaching Russian authors to advise them and incorporate them in the defense of their rights as creators.
To understand the importance of Author’s Rights and know its history, culture and industry.
This year, the meeting – chaired by Mr. Víctor Yunes – led by the Regional Director for Latin America and the Caribbean CISAC – Dr. Santiago Schuster – will be held in the Old City of Guatemala from April 23 to 26.
His representative – Vinod Ranganathan – of the Indian Writers Association participated in the last annual congress of creators, held in Venice, where he presented the current situation of his society, which is in the struggle for recognition as a management company within its territory.
Yesterday, around the country, Australia’s screen industry united to launch the Make it Australian campaign.