FESAIA – Federation of Audiovisual Authors and Performers Associations, issued a statement to condemn the abusive and indecent clauses that comprise the basis of the First Creators Competition, organized by VIS – Viacom International Studios.
FESAIA is the Federation of Audiovisual Authors and Performers Associations, it is created with the joining of the 3 most important CMOs of Argentina.
ARGENTORES – General Association of Argentine Authors – DAC – Argentine Film Directors – and SAGAI – Argentine Management Association for Performing Actors – as founding members – create this federation and strengthen the union with the aim of fostering improvement, outreach and the protection of audiovisual authors, artists and performers.
European CMOs are taking measures to face the emergency that COVID-19 poses for their territories. The SAA – Society of Audiovisual Authors requested that the European Union establish emergency plans; the SGAE, AIE and AGEDI, from Spain, will stop charging their monthly fees to hotels; and W&DW will postpone the date of their Annual Congress.
South Korea, as other countries, emerges today after the devastating pass of COVID-19. Previously, it became more known to the world having been multi awarded for its audiovisual production Parasite and its Director, Bong Joon-ho; today, its hope lies primarily in the internal market.
A worldwide danger which affects the economy of countries, COVID-19 is today a threat for the entire world, but….How does it affect audiovisual creators of the world.
APASER – Pan African Alliance of Scriptwriters and Directors launched, within the frame of the 50th Anniversary of FESPACO – Uagadugú Pan African Cinema and Television Festival , an app for mobile phones, which will contain a general vision of Audiovisual Directors and Scriptwriters ‘situation in Africa, with the purpose of establishing a strategy of development and improvement of their situation.
On December 18, the Uruguayan Parliament passed the Copyright law for the Audiovisual sector, enacted by the current President Tabaré Vázquez, with the support of all political parties.
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.
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.