|German Screenwriters' Guild: Report on production in Germany|
Report on production in Germany
|U.S. Media Production Trends - International Joint Meeting of Screenwriters’ Guilds October 19, 2016|
Presentation of U.S. Media Production Trends at International Joint Meeting of Screenwriters’ Guilds October 19, 2016.
|9th annual London Greek Film Festival 2016 (15-21 May) - Call for film and script submissions|
London Greek Film Festival Newsletter
28 January 2016
9th annual London Greek Film Festival 2016 (15-21 May)
|Have your say on the enforcement of intellectual property rights|
Today the European Commission has published a public consultation on the evaluation and modernisation of the legal framework for the enforcement of intellectual property rights (IPR).
|Europe’s screenwriters September 2015 - somebody wrote it|
A publication of the Federation of Screenwriters in Europe-FSE
|Written Into the Picture - Investigating Screenwriters’ Lack of Visibility at Film Festivals|
This report was commissioned to investigate the role of screenwriters at film festivals, to find evidence of how visible screenwriters and screenwriting are at festivals around the world today.
|European Screenwriters’ Income in 2012 An Overview|
A report analysing the findings of a survey of European screenwriters’ income, conducted by the Federation of Screenwriters in Europe.
|Danish Writer Adam Price wins inaugural FSE European Screenwriters Award|
On 21 September 2015 in Brussels, the Federation of Screenwriters in Europe (FSE) awarded its inaugural European Screenwriters Award to the Danish writer Adam Price, creator and showrunner on the extraordinarily successful TV series "Borgen". "Borgen" had 3 series of 10 one-hour episodes each. The show sold to more than 30 countries and won a Prix Italia, BAFTA and Monte Carlo TV festival awards.
|The protection of minors in a converged media environment - IRIS plus 2015-1|
The European Audiovisual Observatory has just published an IRIS plus Report on the Protection of minors in a converged media environment as a free-to-download PDF.
|IRIS - Editorial May 2015|
Among the legal developments I would like to highlight for this month’s reading, I would say it is also about princesses and wrapping paper.
Caroline of Monaco’s husband was involved in a ECHR case concerning the balancing of the freedom of commercial speech of a tobacco company with the right to respect for private life re the use of Mr. Von Hannover’s name in an advertising campaign, and wrapping paper was at the centre of a Dutch sanctioning procedure in application of the rules concerning avoidable commercial communications on a special website in connection with a daily fictional news show for children aimed at celebrating the birthday of Saint Nicholas (Sinterklaas).