FERA, FSE and SAA disclose the final results of the first ever EU-wide study on audiovisual authors’ working life and remuneration. Most of them are struggling to make ends meet and to maintain sustainable careers.
FSE member guilds join IAWG in support of the Writers Guild of America (WGA) dispute with talent agencies.
The Authors Group (ECSA, EWC, FERA, FSE) welcomes the final adoption of the Copyright Directive and call on EU Member States to seize this historical opportunity to improve the livelihoods of all authors.
Highlights of WCOS 04, the Fourth World Conference of Screenwriters held in Berlin in October 2018: speeches, resolutions, videos, photos…
FERA, FSE and IMAGO welcome the adoption by the European Parliament of CULT rapporteur Silvia Costa’s report on the proposed Regulation establishing the Creative Europe programme 2021-2027.
FERA, FSE and SAA welcome the European Parliament’s final vote on the Copyright Directive in the Digital Single Market. This is a great achievement for European authors!
Authors are at the very origin of the copyright value chain for Europe’s cultural and creative industries. They urge MEPs to seize this once in a decade opportunity and support the successful adoption of the Copyright Directive.
The Copyright Directive is a concrete opportunity to empower a struggling European audiovisual authors’ community. Participants of the workshop discussed opportunities and challenges faced by AV authors in getting fair value for the exploitation of their work.
When scriptwriters/screenwriters’ guilds in Europe decided to create the Federation of Screenwriters in Europe (Amsterdam June 1999 – Athens, June 2001).
Danske Dramatikere (the Danish Writers Guild) published a manifesto – a satirical and ironic list of 40 points – to tackle gender stereotypes and clichés in films and TV series.