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The European Film Agency Directors (EFADs) share the European Commission’s ambitions to provide a fairer online environment for the remuneration of authors and performers in its proposal for a
The European Commission has launched a consultation on the exercise of rights of performers and producers in the audiovisual sector. Its objective is to gather information and data on current market practices and on the exercise of these rights in order to assess if there is a need for extending their term of
Besides political and legislative initiatives, the Commission has launched several competition exercises.
The European Film Agency Director’s (EFADs) position paper on the so called “Sat Cab Regulation”, published today, outlines the EFADs’ concerns
Facilitating online cross border circulation of works through a modernisation of the EU copyright framework is one of President Juncker‘s priorities, as set out in its July 2014 political guidelines “We can ensure that consumers can
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As the European Parliament (EP) and the Council of the European Union have adopted their positions and are now engaged in inter-institutional negotiations on the so-called “SatCab” draft regulation, the European Film Agency Directors (EFADs) would like to thank both the EP and
The EFADs published on 15 December 2015 a press release regarding the Commission's proposal for a regulation on portability and Communication on the future of the European copyright framework.
On 14 September, the European Commission published proposals to reform the European Union’s copyright framework. This includes a proposed Regulation on online transmissions and retransmissions and revisions to the Directive on copyright, in the context of the Digital Single Market. The
Film education, audiovisual heritage, and a fair, diverse and transparent online marketplace in the 21st century
The European Film Agency Directors (EFADs) have published a declaration outlining their concerns about the actions being taken at the European Union level which will
The Association of the European Film Agency Directors (EFADs) adopted in March 2015 a Resolution on the potential reforms to European Union copyright rules.
Today, after almost 3 years of negotiations, the European Parliament voted in favour of the latest version of the EU Copyright Directive, i.e. the text agreed between the European Commission, the Council of the EU and the European Parliament in February. This approval paves the way for the final adoption of the
Ahead of the Legal Affairs (JURI) committee vote on 23 March 2017 and the Internal Market and Consumer Protection (IMCO) committee vote in April on the proposal for a Regulation on addressing geo-blocking and other forms of discrimination, the European Film Agency Directors (EFADs) would like to