The new operating system, active in several countries of Latin America for the declaration of works, as well as for the collection and distribution, was presented live at the 1st. AVACI Annual Congress
After years of work and research concerning the needs of audiovisual authors from Russia, Belarus and Azerbaijan, on November 2018, the Executive Committee of W&DW – Writers and Directors WorldWide – composed of 10 global authors and their colleague members – met in the city of Moscow in a vital step for Audiovisual Authors from the Eurasian region in order to express its full support in the fight for their rights.
After an exemplary ruling by the Supreme Court of Chile confirming the unquestionable right of audiovisual authors to charge previously announced authors´ rights rates, cable TV companies have been the first to come to an agreement with authors.
Represented by Silvana Jarmoluk Stroganova, General Coordinator for the Europe/Asia Region of FESAAL (Federation of Latin American Audiovisual Authors)
Authors in New Zealand gathered yesterday with the authorities of their country, with the purpose of initiating a reform to the author’s ´rights law, which seeks to obtain recognition of audiovisual Works of the creators in that country.
The International Council of Creators of Dramatic, Literary and Audiovisual Works will once again reunite in the city of Seoul, next July 1st to the 3rd, Republic of Korea, to celebrate its W&DW – Writers and Directors Worldwide Annual Congress and continue strengthening author’s rights in the entire world.
The most important television networks in Colombia, Caracol Televisión and Canal RCN, recognize and sign a payment agreement for the Colombian author’s rights for Audiovisual Directors and Screenwriters, through DASC – Directors Colombia and REDES – Screenwriters Colombia CMOs
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.
Audiovisual organisations unveil new international legal study supporting fair remuneration for audiovisual authors.
International legal study on the implementation of an inalienable right of Audiovisual Authors to obtain equitable remuneration for the exploitation of their works.