The second-annual MPA Awards hosted at MPA's global headquarters in Washington, D.C., honoring three individuals from the creative and policy communities who have made notable contributions to the film, television, and streaming industry.
The Motion Picture Association, Disney, and the House Chiefs of Staff Association co-hosted a screening of the newest installment of the Indiana Jones film series, Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny. Remarks were given by Charles Rivkin, Chairman and CEO of the Motion Picture Association, as well as Bill Bailey, Senior Vice President of Government Relations of The Walt Disney Company.
Tthe Motion Picture Association and Warner Bros. Discovery co-hosted a screening of The Flash, a deep dive into the favorite D.C. comics superhero. At the event, Karyn Temple, Senior Executive Vice President and Global General Counsel of the Motion Picture Association, and Alexa Verveer, Executive Vice President of Global Government Affairs & Public Policy at Warner Bros. Discovery, gave remarks about the film.
A discussion on the various initiatives undertaken by Federal and State Govts to provide ease of filming in India and what more can be done?
India has co production treaties with 16 countries and they represent some of the most active film producing countries in the world. The round table discussed whether co productions are relevant in todays’ environment and how much do treaties help.
The inauguration of the India Pavilion at the 76th Cannes Film Festival served as a platform to showcase India's creative excellence and cultural diversity.
Content is king and in this panel, the kingmakers - the producers, the studios and the exhibitors to give us their side of the story.
Leaders from the media & entertainment industry discussed how the Indian cinema can go global without losing its identity and rich culture.
A panel of industry veterans discuss the various challenges faced by screenwriters in the regards of contract negotiations, royalties and harsh indemnity clauses.
Domain experts discussed how appropriate regulatory design could be modified to maintain the balance of the industry growth, consumer welfare and other intersectional concerns.