• The film industry today | Frank Smith | TEDxChapmanU

    This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. The ways that people are consuming films has changed radically especially over the last decade, but has the Hollywood business model kept pace? Frank Smith shares his ideas on the nature of change in the movie industry and its value in a personal sense and a business dynamic. Frank Smith is chief operating officer of Anschutz Film Group (AFG) and Walden Media. Smith has been with AFG since 2003, but currently oversees all aspects of AFG's operations (development, physical production, publishing, marketing and outreach, finance, legal and business affairs). He also works directly with The Anschutz Corporation on strategic planning and general operational issues. During his tenure with AFG, Smith has ...

    published: 30 Jun 2014
  • How to Break Into Entertainment Law w/ Robert Galarza | Ncredible Network | Black Hollywood Live

    Breaking Into...Entertainment Law -- In this episode Ncredible Network & Black Hollywood Live hosts Derrial Christon and Jessica King interview Entertainment Lawyer Robert Galarza. About Robert Galarza: Mr. Galarza was raised in Newport Beach, California and later Austin, Texas where he earned his undergraduate degree in Advertising with a Business Minor from the University of Texas at Austin. Thereafter he worked in the advertising, sports and film industries, including working on a number of independent feature films. In 2009 Mr. Galarza graduated from St. Mary's University College of Law with cum laude honors and then began his legal career with the Austin-based law firm of Cantilo and Bennett LLP with practice areas in corporate transactional work, insurance insolvency, intellectual p...

    published: 09 Oct 2014
  • Legal and Ethical Constraints and their effects on the Film Industry

    A short video log detailing what I believe the problems with strictly enforced laws and unnecessarily over-the-top ethics are in regards to the film industry.

    published: 08 Jan 2016
  • Journal of Entertainment Law 2013 Symposium - Panel 2: Legal Issues in the Film Industry

    Professor John Tehranian, Southwestern Law School Professor David Lange, Duke University Law School To learn more about Vanderbilt, visit http://www.vanderbilt.edu.

    published: 07 Mar 2013
  • TOP FILM LAWYER Mark Litwak TALKS FILM DISTRIBUTION

    LAWYER TALKS FILM DISTRIBUTION - Excellent presentation of eight key topics by a top-notch A-team entertainment attorney. FULLCREW FILMSERVICES TORONTO FULLCREWFILMSERVICES@MAIL.COM YOUTUBE.COM/FULLCREWFILMSERVICES - Blogger Mark Litwak On Blogger since September 2003 - Profile views - 5748 Entertainment Law Resources Blog SEMINARS & LECTURES - About me Gender Male Industry Law Occupation Attorney/Author/Expert Witness Location Beverly Hills, California, United States - Introduction: - A veteran entertainment lawyer, arbitrator, expert witness and author, Mark Litwak has provided legal services or acted as a producer rep on more than 100 feature films. - He is the author of 6 books including: Reel Power, Dealmaking in the Film and Television Industry (winner of the 199...

    published: 06 May 2013
  • Inside America's Billion Dollar Divorce Industry

    There are one million divorces in the United States every year—that's one every 36 seconds, nearly 2,400 per day, and 16,800 per week. It's hardly surprising, then, that the divorce industry is worth a whopping $50 billion annually—that's a hell of lot of heartbreak. In the latest episode of our series on the love industries, we delve into the growing industry offering people alternative ways to split. In the divorce capital of the world, New York City, we explore the industries making heartbreak bearable and learn that—whether it's divorce merchandise, "conscious uncoupling," or "reverse-wedding" planning—people's attitudes toward the sanctity of marriage are changing, while Americans in particular are adopting new-age rituals as a way to call time on their relationships. Watch More Epi...

    published: 26 May 2015
  • Copyright Law In Film Industry: Rendezvous with Adv. Shekhar Mennon

    Adv. Shekhar Menon is a Founder Partner of a renowned law firm M/s Medialexicon practicing exclusively in Copyright laws. Indian Film & Entertainment Industry has remained his niche arena since inception. He has gained his vast working experience and exposure in legal, business and strategic functions from the content, entertainment and information industries. His rich experience lies with one of the largest media houses – Star India Limited, where he held the position as Company Secretary and Legal head from 1994 to 2001. He was also a member of the Board from 1997 till 2001.

    published: 29 Nov 2016
  • Legal and Ethical Constraints and their effects on the Film Industry

    A short video log detailing what I believe the problems with strictly enforced laws and unnecessarily over-the-top ethics are in regards to the film industry.

    published: 31 Dec 2015
  • Does Piracy Actually Help The Movie Industry?

    As the Internet is evolving, it's becoming easier and easier to download and stream movies and music illegally. How badly is this hurting the entertainment industry? Laci discusses a shocking new study saying that a good amount of people that pirate content also purchase a lot of music and movies! Read More: Go to http://www.audiblepodcast.com/dnews to get a FREE Audiobook of your choice when you sign up today. File-Sharers Buy 30% More Music Than Non-P2P Peers http://torrentfreak.com/file-sharers-buy-30-more-music-than-non-p2p-peers-121015/ "One of the most comprehensive studies into media sharing and consumption habits in the United States and Germany reveals that file-sharers buy 30% more music than their non-sharing counterparts." Study Finds Pirates 10 Times More Likely To Buy Mus...

    published: 09 May 2014
  • 5 Ways to Save Legal Fees On a Film or Video Project

    5 Ways to Save Legal Fees On a Film or Video Project By: Nikia Furman, Film Maker 1. Get signed contracts before you engage with others services or collaboration. 2. Write your own contract, or even make a simple list, with all the details you think are necessary and then email it to your attorney before meet in person or on the phone. It serves as a quick reference for you attorney and can save them a lot of time asking you what you want. They just have to fill in the details you may have overlooked. 3. Set a budget for legal fees. Treat them like every other crew member. If you are on a tight budget, keep looking for an attorney until you find one who agrees to the amount you are offering. They can adjust the services they offer to fit your budget. If you can't find anyone that says ...

    published: 24 Apr 2015
  • MEET THE EU FILM FUNDERS | TIFF Industry Conference 2013

    Meet some of Europe's biggest funding agencies and learn how access their various funding streams. David Hamilton Co-Founder, Hamilton Mehta Productions (MODERATOR) David is the producer of the Oscar nominated film Water, directed by Deepa Mehta. He has also collaborated with Deepa Mehta to produce the critically acclaimed feature films Fire and Earth which he sold in conjunction with United Artists to over 40 countries worldwide. Hamilton produced Mehta's films Bollywood/Hollywood, A Heaven on Earth, and Midnight's Children, based on the Booker prize winning novel by Salman Rushdie of the same name. He has also produced the feature documentary Forgotten Woman, and the comedy Cooking with Stella directed by Dilip Mehta, and executive produced Lunch With Charles, a Hong Kong-Canadian copr...

    published: 16 May 2014
  • IP Film & TV Law

    This is Session 5: Film & TV Law: Intellectual Property (2012). Overview of the legal issues those in the entertainment industries of film and television face. (Includes business video concerns and documentary rights clearances).

    published: 23 Dec 2013
  • New Laws As Chinese Film Becomes More Popular

    China’s rapidly growing film industry has just passed a law. It consists of harsh penalties for box-office fraud and film piracy, which are both welcomed by Hollywood. However, they’ve also included a part restricting collaboration with overseas studios that have “damaged China's national dignity.” The law does not add restrictions on imported film content, which is crucial for Hollywood. Under China’s new law, film distributors can get fined about 500,000 yuan for falsifying ticket sales. The growing film market in China is expected to top North America’s in 2018. http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/film/~3/kyeR-Foe5Dw/china-adopts-film-law-mixed-implications-hollywood-945214 http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit Entertainment using http://wochit.com

    published: 08 Nov 2016
  • Entertainment Law, Copyright + Hollywood Legal Must-Knows with Elsa Ramo

    Entertainment law and the industry secrets that people in the movie business need to know to save themselves from exploitation by studios and all the other show biz figures dying to take your money is revealed in this interview with attorney Elsa Ramo. Managers, agents, talent, and how to protect yourself with regards to idea theft and copyright, plus public domain and acquiring life rights are all discussed. We get to the truth about who’s making money in Hollywood, and how to make sure you keep it in this Insiders interview, hosted by Sebastian Twardosz. GUEST BIO: Elsa Ramo is an established entertainment attorney, representing producers, financiers, and production entities in film, television, and digital content. She graduated from University of San Diego School of Law in 2002, and b...

    published: 15 Dec 2014
  • Actor In Law 2016 | Fahad Mustafa | Mehwish Hayat | Om Puri | Pakistani Full HD Movie |Subs: En, Ar

    Actor In Law 2016 | ایکٹر ان لاء | الممثل في القانون An aspiring actor (Fahad Mustafa) succumbs to pressure from his father (Om Puri) and takes up the role of lawyer. Fahad Mustafa stars as an up-and-coming lawyer who employs theatrics and over the top one liners in the courtroom. He aspires to become an actor, something which is met with disapproval from his father. His world is turned upside down when he is faced with a case that shakes the foundation of the country and threatens his career and family. Will he be able to use his theatricality and knowledge of the law to ensure justice? The film also fictionally portraits the celebrities in Pakistan such as Ayyan who was recently arrested in a very publicized money laundering scandal and Mubashir Lucman, a famous news anchor. Directo...

    published: 17 May 2017
  • BBC Film 2006 feature

    Jonathan Ross looks at the behind-the-scenes antics of the Dominator sequel, "Dominator X". The film remains sadly unfinished, due to the impossibilities of working in the UK film industry in a sane and legal manner.

    published: 23 Apr 2014
The film industry today | Frank Smith | TEDxChapmanU

The film industry today | Frank Smith | TEDxChapmanU

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This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. The ways that people are consuming films has changed radically especially over the last decade, but has the Hollywood business model kept pace? Frank Smith shares his ideas on the nature of change in the movie industry and its value in a personal sense and a business dynamic. Frank Smith is chief operating officer of Anschutz Film Group (AFG) and Walden Media. Smith has been with AFG since 2003, but currently oversees all aspects of AFG's operations (development, physical production, publishing, marketing and outreach, finance, legal and business affairs). He also works directly with The Anschutz Corporation on strategic planning and general operational issues. During his tenure with AFG, Smith has been lead counsel overseeing large budget motion picture franchise projects, co-production finance and distribution deals with major studios, as well as structuring foreign corporations for multijurisdictional film production tax incentives. About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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How to Break Into Entertainment Law w/ Robert Galarza | Ncredible Network | Black Hollywood Live

How to Break Into Entertainment Law w/ Robert Galarza | Ncredible Network | Black Hollywood Live

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Breaking Into...Entertainment Law -- In this episode Ncredible Network & Black Hollywood Live hosts Derrial Christon and Jessica King interview Entertainment Lawyer Robert Galarza. About Robert Galarza: Mr. Galarza was raised in Newport Beach, California and later Austin, Texas where he earned his undergraduate degree in Advertising with a Business Minor from the University of Texas at Austin. Thereafter he worked in the advertising, sports and film industries, including working on a number of independent feature films. In 2009 Mr. Galarza graduated from St. Mary's University College of Law with cum laude honors and then began his legal career with the Austin-based law firm of Cantilo and Bennett LLP with practice areas in corporate transactional work, insurance insolvency, intellectual property, general litigation and entertainment law. In 2011 Mr. Galarza began producing independent feature films and opened a solo law practice working prevalently in the entertainment industry. Among others he has worked in conjunction with equity financiers, sales agents, talent agents, managers, directors, producers and actors. He has served as a producer or consultant on over 20 full-feature motion pictures and has served as legal production counsel on a number of others. He is a co-founder and Festival Co-Director of the annual AMFM: art, music, film and more Festival in the Coachella Valley, is an advisory board member of the New Mexico Lawyers for the Arts and serves as an advisor and panelist to the Albuquerque Film Festival, the Santa Fe Independent Film Festival and the Durango Independent Film Festival. These have included: Panels have included the following: Panelist -- "Lawyers, Guns and Money" -- Albuquerque Film Festival, August 18th, 2012 CLE Lecturer -- "The Business of Film Production" -- Santa Fe Independent Film Festival and New Mexico Lawyers for the Arts, October 17th, 2012 Panelist -- "The Business of Television" -- Santa Fe Independent Film Festival and New Mexico Lawyers for the Arts, October 18th, 2012 Panelist -- "Making Movies from the Inside Out" -- Durango Independent Film Festival, March 2, 2013 Currently he represents a number of actors, filmmakers, producers, as well as a number of MMA and former WWE superstars in all of their entertainment affairs.
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Legal and Ethical Constraints and their effects on the Film Industry

Legal and Ethical Constraints and their effects on the Film Industry

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  • Updated: 08 Jan 2016
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A short video log detailing what I believe the problems with strictly enforced laws and unnecessarily over-the-top ethics are in regards to the film industry.
https://wn.com/Legal_And_Ethical_Constraints_And_Their_Effects_On_The_Film_Industry
Journal of Entertainment Law 2013 Symposium - Panel 2: Legal Issues in the Film Industry

Journal of Entertainment Law 2013 Symposium - Panel 2: Legal Issues in the Film Industry

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Professor John Tehranian, Southwestern Law School Professor David Lange, Duke University Law School To learn more about Vanderbilt, visit http://www.vanderbilt.edu.
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TOP FILM LAWYER Mark Litwak TALKS FILM DISTRIBUTION

TOP FILM LAWYER Mark Litwak TALKS FILM DISTRIBUTION

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  • Updated: 06 May 2013
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LAWYER TALKS FILM DISTRIBUTION - Excellent presentation of eight key topics by a top-notch A-team entertainment attorney. FULLCREW FILMSERVICES TORONTO FULLCREWFILMSERVICES@MAIL.COM YOUTUBE.COM/FULLCREWFILMSERVICES - Blogger Mark Litwak On Blogger since September 2003 - Profile views - 5748 Entertainment Law Resources Blog SEMINARS & LECTURES - About me Gender Male Industry Law Occupation Attorney/Author/Expert Witness Location Beverly Hills, California, United States - Introduction: - A veteran entertainment lawyer, arbitrator, expert witness and author, Mark Litwak has provided legal services or acted as a producer rep on more than 100 feature films. - He is the author of 6 books including: Reel Power, Dealmaking in the Film and Television Industry (winner of the 1995 Kraszna-Krausz Book Award), Contracts for the Film and Television Industry, and Risky Business: Financing and Distributing Independent Film. - He is also the author of the popular CD-ROM Movie Magic Contracts. - As a law professor, he currently teaches at the U.S.C. School of Law, and has previously taught at the Univ. of Puget Sound and Loyola Law Schools. - He has been on the faculty at UCLA for 24 years. He has lectured for the American, California and Texas bar associations. - A frequent speaker, he has lectured at many universities including Harvard, the American Film Institute, Columbia University and NYU. He has also presented movie industry seminars in England, Australia, South Africa and Canada. - Mark Litwak is AV® Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubble and has been named a Superlawyer multiple times by the publishers of Law and Politics Magazine. Help Center | Terms of Service | Privacy | Content Policy | Developers Copyright © 1999 -- 2013 Google -
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Inside America's Billion Dollar Divorce Industry

Inside America's Billion Dollar Divorce Industry

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  • Updated: 26 May 2015
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There are one million divorces in the United States every year—that's one every 36 seconds, nearly 2,400 per day, and 16,800 per week. It's hardly surprising, then, that the divorce industry is worth a whopping $50 billion annually—that's a hell of lot of heartbreak. In the latest episode of our series on the love industries, we delve into the growing industry offering people alternative ways to split. In the divorce capital of the world, New York City, we explore the industries making heartbreak bearable and learn that—whether it's divorce merchandise, "conscious uncoupling," or "reverse-wedding" planning—people's attitudes toward the sanctity of marriage are changing, while Americans in particular are adopting new-age rituals as a way to call time on their relationships. Watch More Episodes of Love Industries: http://bit.ly/1FbMSuT The Digital Love Industry: http://bit.ly/Digital-Love-Industry The Japanese Love Industry: http://bit.ly/Japan-Love-Industry Click here to subscribe to VICE: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE Check out our full video catalog: http://bit.ly/VICE-Videos Videos, daily editorial and more: http://vice.com More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideos Like VICE on Facebook: http://fb.com/vice Follow VICE on Twitter: http://twitter.com/vice Read our Tumblr: http://vicemag.tumblr.com Follow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/vice Check out our Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/vicemag
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Copyright Law In Film Industry: Rendezvous with Adv. Shekhar Mennon

Copyright Law In Film Industry: Rendezvous with Adv. Shekhar Mennon

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Adv. Shekhar Menon is a Founder Partner of a renowned law firm M/s Medialexicon practicing exclusively in Copyright laws. Indian Film & Entertainment Industry has remained his niche arena since inception. He has gained his vast working experience and exposure in legal, business and strategic functions from the content, entertainment and information industries. His rich experience lies with one of the largest media houses – Star India Limited, where he held the position as Company Secretary and Legal head from 1994 to 2001. He was also a member of the Board from 1997 till 2001.
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Legal and Ethical Constraints and their effects on the Film Industry

Legal and Ethical Constraints and their effects on the Film Industry

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  • Updated: 31 Dec 2015
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A short video log detailing what I believe the problems with strictly enforced laws and unnecessarily over-the-top ethics are in regards to the film industry.
https://wn.com/Legal_And_Ethical_Constraints_And_Their_Effects_On_The_Film_Industry
Does Piracy Actually Help The Movie Industry?

Does Piracy Actually Help The Movie Industry?

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As the Internet is evolving, it's becoming easier and easier to download and stream movies and music illegally. How badly is this hurting the entertainment industry? Laci discusses a shocking new study saying that a good amount of people that pirate content also purchase a lot of music and movies! Read More: Go to http://www.audiblepodcast.com/dnews to get a FREE Audiobook of your choice when you sign up today. File-Sharers Buy 30% More Music Than Non-P2P Peers http://torrentfreak.com/file-sharers-buy-30-more-music-than-non-p2p-peers-121015/ "One of the most comprehensive studies into media sharing and consumption habits in the United States and Germany reveals that file-sharers buy 30% more music than their non-sharing counterparts." Study Finds Pirates 10 Times More Likely To Buy Music http://www.theguardian.com/music/2009/apr/21/study-finds-pirates-buy-more-music "Piracy may be the bane of the music industry but according to a new study, it may also be its engine. A report from the BI Norwegian School of Management has found that those who download music illegally are also 10 times more likely to pay for songs than those who don't." Portsmouth University Study Show Movie Pirates' Motives http://www.portsmouth.co.uk/news/education/portsmouth-university-study-show-movie-pirates-motives-1-6042624 "People who illegally download billions of pounds worth of movies also love going to the cinema and do not mind paying to watch movies, according to researchers at the University of Portsmouth." Watch More: No Stopping Illegal Downloads https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SbfL9hVVhK0 TestTube Wild Card http://testtube.com/dnews/dnews-264-strange-eating-disorder-ramen-addiction?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=DNews&utm_campaign=DNWC Will Internet Kill Religion? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=04jjBv6QR8k ____________________ DNews is dedicated to satisfying your curiosity and to bringing you mind-bending stories & perspectives you won't find anywhere else! New videos twice daily. Watch More DNews on TestTube http://testtube.com/dnews Subscribe now! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=dnewschannel DNews on Twitter http://twitter.com/dnews Trace Dominguez on Twitter https://twitter.com/tracedominguez Tara Long on Twitter https://twitter.com/TaraLongest Laci Green on Twitter http://twitter.com/gogreen18 DNews on Facebook https://facebook.com/DiscoveryNews DNews on Google+ http://gplus.to/dnews Discovery News http://discoverynews.com Download the TestTube App: http://testu.be/1ndmmMq
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5 Ways to Save Legal Fees On a Film or Video Project

5 Ways to Save Legal Fees On a Film or Video Project

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5 Ways to Save Legal Fees On a Film or Video Project By: Nikia Furman, Film Maker 1. Get signed contracts before you engage with others services or collaboration. 2. Write your own contract, or even make a simple list, with all the details you think are necessary and then email it to your attorney before meet in person or on the phone. It serves as a quick reference for you attorney and can save them a lot of time asking you what you want. They just have to fill in the details you may have overlooked. 3. Set a budget for legal fees. Treat them like every other crew member. If you are on a tight budget, keep looking for an attorney until you find one who agrees to the amount you are offering. They can adjust the services they offer to fit your budget. If you can't find anyone that says yes, raise your budget and try again. 4. Fresh Meat: Use an attorney who is new to the film and video industry. They'll sometimes work for half the price of other attorneys. It will give you some legal security and clout when negotiating contracts. Watch out though! They also tend to write unnecessarily large contracts and are prone to bill for more hours. 5. Anarchy! Some attorneys like to be really vague and make it seem like understanding legal contracts and the legal system is way above you. Anarchists believe that we don't need third parties like government and attorney's interfering. The truth is, we could all live without attorneys if we simply communicated clearly with each other, had perfect memories and were all honest. Attorneys help people communicate more clearly with each other in documents that everyone can reference when they forget (whether on accident or on purpose) what they agreed to in the first place. So, if an attorney isn't being clear with you up front, or seems even moderately intimidating, save yourself trouble and find someone nicer. After all, its a free country! One more thing, keep in mind that law is more of an art form than a science. Any contract is open to interpretation by the courts. More experienced attorneys will know what has worked in the past for all parties involved.
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MEET THE EU FILM FUNDERS | TIFF Industry Conference 2013

MEET THE EU FILM FUNDERS | TIFF Industry Conference 2013

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Meet some of Europe's biggest funding agencies and learn how access their various funding streams. David Hamilton Co-Founder, Hamilton Mehta Productions (MODERATOR) David is the producer of the Oscar nominated film Water, directed by Deepa Mehta. He has also collaborated with Deepa Mehta to produce the critically acclaimed feature films Fire and Earth which he sold in conjunction with United Artists to over 40 countries worldwide. Hamilton produced Mehta's films Bollywood/Hollywood, A Heaven on Earth, and Midnight's Children, based on the Booker prize winning novel by Salman Rushdie of the same name. He has also produced the feature documentary Forgotten Woman, and the comedy Cooking with Stella directed by Dilip Mehta, and executive produced Lunch With Charles, a Hong Kong-Canadian coproduction starring Sean Lau and Bif Naked. A strong supporter of the arts, Hamilton has been an active member of the board of directors of the Ottawa Symphony Orchestra, School of Dance and was chairman of the Ottawa International Writers Festival. Isabel Davis Head of International, British Film Institute Davis transferred to the BFI in April 2011 after joining the UK Film Council in late 2006. She combines an editorial role in the Film Fund with responsibility for the BFI's international strategy, coordinating the full range of the organisation's activity. She plays a key role in the negotiation of co-production treaties and maintains and fosters co-production relationships with all of the UK's partner countries. Prior to joining the UK Film Council, Isabel was Head of Development at HomeRun, during which time she developed a slate of film and TV projects. Before working in film, Isabel worked in various roles in theatre and the performing arts, including press, fundraising and general management. Cornelia Hammelmann Head of International, British Film Institute After her professional education as a trilingual European Secretary and Foreign language correspondent, she started her career in 1987 as a film and tv production assistant, worked free-lance for several tv and cinema productions in Germany and abroad, and for five years for a German-American film rights acquisition and sales company in Hamburg. From July 2000 to January 2012, she has been the Managing Director of MEDIA Desk Germany, the main German information office to the MEDIA Programme of the European Union. Since February 1st, 2012, Cornelia Hammelmann is the Project Director of the German Federal Film Fund (DFFF) . Roberto Olla Executive Secretary, Eurimages Roberto Olla was trained as a lawyer, specialising in entertainment law (PhD) and film production. He began his career as a researcher in media law at the European University Institute in Florence before moving to Brussels where he joined the distribution department of the MEDIA Programme. A few years later, he was appointed as legal advisor on audio-visual matters by the European Commission. In 2002 Roberto relocated to Strasbourg where he worked as a project manager dealing with feature films for the Eurimages co-production fund. He was named Executive Director of the Fund in 2008. Alongside his role at Eurimages, Roberto is committed to sharing his expertise and passion for independent cinema with a new generation of young professionals, lecturing at a number of training institutes and travelling widely to promote cinema co-production. Conciliating filmmaking and law has been an enduring professional goal throughout Roberto Olla's career.
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IP Film & TV Law

IP Film & TV Law

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This is Session 5: Film & TV Law: Intellectual Property (2012). Overview of the legal issues those in the entertainment industries of film and television face. (Includes business video concerns and documentary rights clearances).
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New Laws As Chinese Film Becomes More Popular

New Laws As Chinese Film Becomes More Popular

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China’s rapidly growing film industry has just passed a law. It consists of harsh penalties for box-office fraud and film piracy, which are both welcomed by Hollywood. However, they’ve also included a part restricting collaboration with overseas studios that have “damaged China's national dignity.” The law does not add restrictions on imported film content, which is crucial for Hollywood. Under China’s new law, film distributors can get fined about 500,000 yuan for falsifying ticket sales. The growing film market in China is expected to top North America’s in 2018. http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/film/~3/kyeR-Foe5Dw/china-adopts-film-law-mixed-implications-hollywood-945214 http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit Entertainment using http://wochit.com
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Entertainment Law, Copyright + Hollywood Legal Must-Knows with Elsa Ramo

Entertainment Law, Copyright + Hollywood Legal Must-Knows with Elsa Ramo

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  • Updated: 15 Dec 2014
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Entertainment law and the industry secrets that people in the movie business need to know to save themselves from exploitation by studios and all the other show biz figures dying to take your money is revealed in this interview with attorney Elsa Ramo. Managers, agents, talent, and how to protect yourself with regards to idea theft and copyright, plus public domain and acquiring life rights are all discussed. We get to the truth about who’s making money in Hollywood, and how to make sure you keep it in this Insiders interview, hosted by Sebastian Twardosz. GUEST BIO: Elsa Ramo is an established entertainment attorney, representing producers, financiers, and production entities in film, television, and digital content. She graduated from University of San Diego School of Law in 2002, and began her career by establishing the Los Angeles office for Davis Dixon Kirby LLP (a royalty litigation firm). After several clients approached her to handle their independent productions, she founded her own firm on the Universal Studios backlot in 2005. Ramo Law PC is now located in Beverly Hills. ADD’L LINKS: http://www.ramolawpc.com/ http://thelip.tv http://thelip.tv/show/the-insiders/ More Full Episodes of The Insiders: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wjKnEG4_Tm8&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGfdpMud9LKPglOOF-Xmq_gm&index=1 The Insiders Short Clips Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AkvPyyYyYwo&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGe9WCjQi0OOm8XgE6g0mlDf&index=1 The Lip News playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=djmVkyxXi2o&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGcjJDo6cQBCQprDMQyUQY3r&index=1 CRIME TIME clips playlist - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GqDhIcC0hDk&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGeC9DbpSnIvd2i9BHh2dBvv&index=1 BYOD (Bring Your Own Doc) Highlight Videos- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZnoJzSc2f2I&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGeu2DCf6Ouo7hTsA5QB2MAL&index=1 MEDIA MAYHEM short videos playlist - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmyFC3Rrzck&index=1&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGcz4un-zws5sMlCLk3NNjDP https://www.facebook.com/thelip.tv http://www.youtube.com/theliptv EPISODE BREAKDOWN 00:10 Welcome to The Insiders. 00:15 Introducing Elsa Ramo, entertainment law attorney. 00:40 The difference between an entertainment attorney and an agent or manager. 02:25 When should someone pay an hourly rate vs have an attorney on retainer? 04:20 What Ramo means by dating lawyers. 10:15 What you can and cannot copyright. 11:30 How to protect yourself from idea theft. 12:50 How to get a copyright and problems involved with ownership. 22:00 What falls under public domain. 22:40 Advice on optioning books and articles. 27:15 Acquiring life rights. 30:40 Rights to using logos in media. 33:30 The actual profit margin in Hollywood. 38:30 How Elsa Ramo got into entertainment law and the clients she represents now. 40:50 Thank you and goodbye
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Actor In Law 2016 | Fahad Mustafa | Mehwish Hayat | Om Puri | Pakistani Full HD Movie |Subs: En, Ar

Actor In Law 2016 | Fahad Mustafa | Mehwish Hayat | Om Puri | Pakistani Full HD Movie |Subs: En, Ar

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Actor In Law 2016 | ایکٹر ان لاء | الممثل في القانون An aspiring actor (Fahad Mustafa) succumbs to pressure from his father (Om Puri) and takes up the role of lawyer. Fahad Mustafa stars as an up-and-coming lawyer who employs theatrics and over the top one liners in the courtroom. He aspires to become an actor, something which is met with disapproval from his father. His world is turned upside down when he is faced with a case that shakes the foundation of the country and threatens his career and family. Will he be able to use his theatricality and knowledge of the law to ensure justice? The film also fictionally portraits the celebrities in Pakistan such as Ayyan who was recently arrested in a very publicized money laundering scandal and Mubashir Lucman, a famous news anchor. Director: Nabeel Qureshi Box office: ₨ 30 crore (Worldwide+domestic) Cast: Fahad Mustafa as Shan Mirza Mehwish Hayat as Meena Screwala Om Puri as Rafaqat Mirza Alyy Khan as Muddasir Sultan Irfan Motiwala Saboor Ali as Shabana Mirza Saife Hassan Saleem Mairaj as Mehboob Bhai Nayyar Ejaz Rehan Sheikh as a Lawyer Talat Hussain as a Judge (Cameo) Kaizer Behram Irani as Meena's Mother Noor ul Hassan Lubna Aslam as Shan's mother Rashid Khawaja as a Judge (Cameo) Ahson Talish as a Politician Special appearance: Humayun Saeed as himself Mahira Khan as herself Atif Aslam as himself in music video "Dil Yeh Dancer Hogaya" Nabeel Qureshi as himself Annas Kashif as himself
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BBC Film 2006 feature

BBC Film 2006 feature

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Jonathan Ross looks at the behind-the-scenes antics of the Dominator sequel, "Dominator X". The film remains sadly unfinished, due to the impossibilities of working in the UK film industry in a sane and legal manner.
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