Streaming content platforms shall pay 4% of their incomes in order to foster the audiovisual production of such country.
The ECAD – Central Office for the Recollection and Distribution of Music in Brazil – gained a victory this Wednesday March 24th. before the Supreme Court of Justice (STJ), in a long battle against the hotel industry for the payment of Authors´ Rights of musical, literary and audiovisual works reproduced inside the rooms of Brazilian […]
Gathering around 500 directors, with 1,750 registered works, which represents the most consistent artistic and cultural GDP in Brazil, DBCA (Directors Brazil), a pioneer society in the defense of Authors’ Rights in the country, and the recent 53° Brazilian Film Festival in Brasilia (held between December 15th and 20th), historical moral and political trench of our cinema, reinforced in this edition, now closed, their mutual and live solidarity through the exchange of experiences on Collective Management Organizations (CMOs).
Cinema and television directors have received payments for royalties corresponding to their works as from July 1st. 2017 to December 31st. 2018, thanks to the collections DASC managed as from 2014 with more than 17 countries with which they have agreements – it has thus been possible to distribute royalties to the rest of their partners.
DBCA (Brazilian Film and Audiovisual Directors) announces to companies who broadcast Brazilian audiovisual content (terrestrial television, via subscription and streaming services), that author’s rights shall be payable very time an audiovisual work is broadcast publicly on any platform, under the current Author’s Rights Act.
President Martin Vizcarra signed Urgency Decree Nr° 022-2019 , which has as its main objective to promote cinematographic and audiovisual activity to the ends of contributing to its integral, sustained and inclusive development, as in 2019 it presented a slowdown in its growth and development, putting its dynamics at risk, as well as the circulation and insertion of cinematographic and audiovisual works in the national market, and the competitiveness of the activity.
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.