On December, the Annual Congress of Latin American Audiovisual Creators will be held in the city of Havana, Republic of Cuba, in a unique encounter with the Cuban Authors.
On October 27, it was held by Mario Mitrotti — with a long career as Director and Producer of Films, Television and Theater; President of ADAL (Alliance of Latin American Audiovisual Directors) and President of DASC (Colombian Society of Audiovisual Directors) — a lecture entitled “Protect your works with copyright” in the city of Panama, with a large participation of local audiovisual authors.
After a long struggle to obtain a fair remuneration, the Brazilian audiovisual creators are one step closer to achieving.
The Republic of Cuba is increasingly closer to the world of audiovisual Author’s Rights. Its authors, gathered together, celebrate the ever-closer possibility of forming a CMO that safeguards their rights.
After a long struggle for the recognition of their rights, the Brazilian authors met with the Minister of Culture Sérgio Sá Leitão who communicated the early authorization of the management societies DBCA GEDAR and INTERARTIS to start collecting the rights in the territory of Brazil and around the world.
To understand the importance of Author’s Rights and know its history, culture and industry.
Last April, a new meeting of the Latin American and Caribbean Committee was held in the city of Antigua, Guatemala.
The death of renowned Brazilian author Nelson Pereira dos Santos, brings shock and great sadness for the loss of the true father of Brazilian modern cinema.
DASC – Directors Colombia – has been legally authorized in its legal status. The Colombian Directors now have a legal authorization as a CMO, ready for collecting and distributing author’s rights.
After the long fight concluded with the sanction of the Pepe Sanchez’s Law – which installs remuneration rights for Directors and Screenwriters in the entire Colombian territory.