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- 13Dec 2011
SINGAPORE / PHILIPPINES: The Philippines’ film community today reinforced their commitment to deter illegal camcording in the country by releasing a 90-second trailer that aims to raise awareness on illegal camcording of…
- 8Dec 2011
SINGAPORE / HONG KONG : Malaysian film producer and recording artiste, Norman Halim, was presented with the MPA Asia- Pacific Copyright Educator (A.C.E.) Award today in recognition of his important contribution in…
- 5Dec 2011
SINGAPORE/BEIJING: The three-day MPA CICE Film Workshop held in Beijing concluded on December 3 with an announcement of the winning filmmakers in the feature film pitch competition.
Brendon Skinner, from Australia, who…
- 24Nov 2011
SINGAPORE/BRISBANE: Script development grants totaling US$100,000 were awarded to four filmmakers from the Asia Pacific region tonight at the 2011 Asia Pacific Screen Awards.
The grants are offered…
- 23Nov 2011
SINGAPORE / BRISBANE: Senator Chris Dodd, Chairman and CEO of the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) delivered the keynote address at the Asia Pacific Screen Awards (APSA), 2011 held today.…
- 21Nov 2011
Singapore / Korea – The Korea Copyright Commission (KCC), Korea Content & Technology Alliance (KCTA) representing the Motion Picture Association in Korea, film producers Showbox and coffee chain Tom N Toms today…
- 18Oct 2011
SINGAPORE/HONG KONG: On October 12, 32-year-old Mark Chan was convicted in Hong Kong’s District Court for making infringing copies of US, Japanese and Hong Kong movies and selling them through a website.…
- 12Sep 2011
SINGAPORE/SYDNEY: Research released today reveals 72% of consumers say they would stop illegal downloading activities if they received an educational notice from their ISP (internet service provider). The study also revealed that…
- 30Aug 2011
Singapore/Taipei: Taiwan’s Supreme Court today ruled that a P2P file exchange service, http://www.ezpeer.com, criminally infringed copyright. The ruling marks the end of a long legal battle and overturns decisions made in…
- 23Aug 2011
SINGAPORE/GOLD COAST – The film and television industries injected a remarkable A$6.1 billion into Australia’s economy, according to a report released today by Access Economics.
The report assessed the economic contribution…