Veteran Australian director Rolf de Heer was among the four winners of film development bursaries from the Motion Picture Association. They are given out annually as part of the Asia Pacific Screen…
The Motion Picture Assn., the international arm of the MPAA that protects the interests of Hollywood studios abroad, has won a legal bid in the U.K. to block access to 13 websites that carry pirated…
Former producer David Puttnam set a roadmap Saturday in Cannes to help Europe fight the European Commission's proposed Digital Single Market Strategy that threatens territory-by-territory licensing…
Company signed copyright protection agreement with MPA shortly before IPO in June last year.
Celebrated Bangladesh director Mostofa Sarwar Farooki ("Television") and Iran's Jafar Panahi were among the recipients of $100,000 of bursaries.
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…
Agreement spans technology and education.
HONG KONG – Senator Chris Dodd, chairman of the Motion Picture Association, and "Gravity" director Alfonso Cuaron (pictured), will travel to China next month to take part in the Beijing International…
The film and TV industries of Taiwan contribute US$5.5 billion (NT$163 billion) to the territory's GDP, according to new research.
A strong start to the year at the Chinese box office has helped spark speculation of change to the regime that controls the import of foreign movies.
The Motion Picture Assn., the Independent Film and TV Alliance and 10 other international orgs have protested the Spanish government's 8% to 21% sales tax hike on admissions to cinema theaters, live…
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