Producer Sid Ganis is among industryites heading to Bejing next month to give a film workshop presented by the Motion Picture Assn. and the China Intl. Copyright Expo for emerging filmmakers from the…
The Motion Picture Association has promoted Christopher Marcich to president and managing director of its operations in Europe, the Mid-East and Africa.
The Motion Picture Assn. is taking one of China's most popular P2P file-sharing network operators, Networking Technology (Xunlei), to court alleging copyright infringement and seeking damages and…
The Motion Picture Association (MPA) has filed civil suits against the operators of two pirate DVD stores in Beijing.
The Motion Picture Assn. is targeting video rental shops in Taiwan as it continues to spearhead the war against piracy. Since Jan. 4, Taiwanese officials have seized more than 68,000 pirated CD-Rs…
The Motion Picture Assn. is launching a permanent anti-piracy operation Down Under after homevideo piracy jumped 3%-8% last year, costing the Hollywood studios $34 million.
The Motion Picture Assn. and Australia's film and video industries are joining forces to stem the rising tide of DVD piracy, which is costing the industry A$65.5 million ($35 million) Down Under.
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