From March 25th to 27th, The Annual W&DW Congress will be held in the city of Moscow, Russian Federation. This International Counsel of Dramatic, Literary and Audiovisual Works is carried out with the objective of strengthening the concept of authors’ rights within the region.
Today, Europe has made a historic step, which undoubtedly is the trigger for other territories: The European Parliament has approved the proposal for reform of copyright on the Internet today.
After the well-attended annual conference of Writers and Directors Worldwide held in Algeria last April, the Writers and Directors Worldwide Executive Committee meets again, this time in the city of Moscow, Russia, next October.
His representative – Vinod Ranganathan – of the Indian Writers Association participated in the last annual congress of creators, held in Venice, where he presented the current situation of his society, which is in the struggle for recognition as a management company within its territory.
On the 15th and 16th of this month, the annual W&DW congress took place in the amazing city of Venice, without a doubt it was an unprecedented summit of creators.
Writers & Directors Worldwide, the council dedicated to fighting for audiovisual authors’ rights, has elected Argentinean film director and screenwriter, Horacio Maldonado, as its new president.
The event was hosted by members SPAutores and in the film you can hear updates from many of our committee members and international partners on the key challenges that we overcame in the past twelve months, and that we continue to face going forward.
Writers & Directors Worldwide dedicated its most recent executive committee (ExCo) meeting as an opportunity to add its support to the We’ve Had Enough campaign launched by Croatian audiovisual authors in response to political interference in film funding.
The International Creators Congress of the International Confederation of Societies of Authors and Composers, CISAC – WRITERS & DIRECTORS WORLDWIDE was held in Beijing during the 5th and 6th of November.