European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth Mariya Gabriel launched on June 17 in Lisbon the Creative Europe 2021-2027 programme that will provide the European creative sector with an injection of €2.5 billion over the next seven year. The new programme, which has doubled in budget over the previous programme (€1.47 billion for […]
Streaming content platforms shall pay 4% of their incomes in order to foster the audiovisual production of such country.
SCREENWRITERS AND DIRECTORS FROM AROUND THE WORLD PARTICIPATED IN THIS IMPORTANT MEETING OF AUDIOVISUAL AUTHORS.
A coalition of 110 European organizations representing all cultural and creative sectors (CACs) have sent a letter to the president of the European Commision, Ursula von der Leyden, and to the national governments of the European Union, urging them to include the CACs in the national recovery and stimulus plans, which are projected to have a budget of 750 million Euros.
The Court of Justice of the European Union (TJUE) has decided to annul, momentarily, the letters which requested thousands of citizens to pay a 400 Euro fine in exchange of not taking them to trial for committing piracy.
The poll was done by BVR Services GmbH of CuDOS and Ghent University, commissioned by FERA – European Federation of Cinema Directors and FSE – Federation of European Scriptwriters. The poll revealed data about remuneration and work life of European Audiovisual Authors.
The Croatian Directors CMO, DHFR, launches an important national and international campaign, against the censorship that the Croatian National Television HRT imposes on their country. Support Croatian Authors resisting the Censorship!
After the annual W&DW congress, held in the city of Moscow, Russian Federation, during this past month of March, which gathered Audiovisual Authors from the region and surroundings, the advances on the proposed objectives have come to light.
Within the frame of the Executive Committee meeting, W&DW will meet with DGJ – Directors Guild of Japan with the support of the Japanese Society of Authors, Composers and Editors ´Rights – JASRAC – and FESAAL – Federation of Latin American Audiovisual Authors Societies.
On March 26th, the European Parliament adopted the Copyright Directive in the digital single market. Undoubtedly, a historic victory for the Creators and European culture.