Advertising professionals and advertisers from across the world are preparing to attend the 56th Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival, which takes place on 21 to 27 June.
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The Screen Actors Guild (SAG) has announced that members have voted overwhelmingly to approve its TV/Theatrical contracts by a vote of 78% to 22%.
Screen Australia’s latest ‘Get The Picture’ email update shows a number of interesting figures for the Australian industry. The following is taken from the update:
The 2010 FIFA World Cup will take place in South Africa. Events of this scale are commonly viewed with mixed emotions – as host cities benefit from increased attention
The world’s press has made much of Iceland’s economic collapse, but it’s financial problems have resulted in a booming film and television industry. As Einar Tómasson, the Film in Iceland Agency’s Film Commissioner, points out: “When Clint Eastwood shot Flags of Our Fathers in Iceland in 2005, one American dollar was worth 62 Icelandic Krona. […]
The new legislation provides a tax credit of 20% (25% for independent features under USD10 million), with an appropriation of USD100 million per year for five years starting
Kofi Annan and David Jones will join forces with Hervé de Clerck at this year’s Cannes Lions to discuss the human face of climate change and the role that only the creative community can play in changing Climate Change to Climate Justice.
The Screen Actors Guild (SAG) board of directors have rejected the “last, best and final offer” by Hollywood producers for a new contract.
The state of California has passed an incentives bill. The new legislation provides a tax credit of 20% (25% for independent features under USD10 million), with an appropriation of USD100 million per year for five years starting on July the 1st 2009.
The Motion Picture Association (MPA) has opened a local office in Mumbai and is set to bring Bollywood and Hollywood together to promote and protect intellectual property rights following its studios’ focused entry and recent investment in the Indian film and television industry.