BERLIN – The Motion Picture Association of America is standing by European movie-TV industries' strong concerns to a Digital Single Market, Christopher Dodd, MPAA chairman-CEO said Monday in Berlin…
In Shanghai, Motion Picture Association of America chairman Chris Dodd, praised development of the Internet sector and copyright protection efforts in China.
The MPAA reported a $4.4 million deficit in 2013, with a decline in revenue from membership dues, but a spokeswoman attributed the shortfall to accounting fluctuations. Nevertheless, the deficit was…
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Japanese filmmaker Hayato Sakuta is to take part in a five-day immersion program in Los Angeles after winning first prize at the Digital Hollywood University, a one-day educational event organized in…
Copyright issues at top of agenda in Chengdu
Motion Picture Association of America chief Christopher Dodd has invited the nation’s film commissioners to attend a Sept. 29 summit in Washington, D.C., to discuss production incentives. "We will…
BEIJING – U.S. director Oliver Stone railed against the notion of international co-productions and warned Chinese filmmakers not to become "bastardized" by attempts to become global. Stone's remarks…
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BEIJING — Motion Picture Assn. of America chairman Chris Dodd believes opportunities are growing at a furious pace for Hollywood in China and the whole dynamic of the world’s second biggest film…
Indie movie mogul Harvey Weinstein came out guns blazing, bashing Google as an "octopus," and citing the availability of clips of his former company Miramax's 2002 Oscar-winning hit "Chicago" on…