MPAA: Film & TV Poured $15.5B Into China's Economy 4 weeks ago
Hollywood is making the case that the growing popularity of U.S. films in China is a boon to both countries.
The Motion Picture Assn. of...
By Brent Lang
"Check the Box" campaign will make ratings descriptors more prominent for parents
Chris Dodd says the MPAA will try different strategies in its efforts to stem piracy
Diane Strahan joins the MPAA from Neustar to fill a post that has been vacant for more than a year
After Newtown shootings, Sen. Dodd said Hollywood wants to help
Former Tokyo Film Festival Chairman Tom Yoda was honored by the MPAA in Washington for his contributions to the film industry
Attorney General Eric Holder said the need to protect intellectual property "has never been more urgent"
Dodd praised Republicans last week for including similar language in their party platform
Democratic Senator Chris Dodd, CEO of the Motion Picture Association of America, says the platform strikes a good balance between protecting copyright and internet freedom
Google has changed its search algorithm so as to account for copyright violators
Citing HBO's Ari Gold, MPAA Chairman Chris Dodd says to Google, "Let's hug it out"
Marc Miller, the MPAA's new SVP, Content Protection, Internet will oversee the gency's worldwide online content protection enforcement strategies and operations
Ridley Scott's sci-fi return "Prometheus" will stick with the rating it received for sci-fi violence and brief foul language
Despite the legislative fiasco of SOPA and PIPA, Dodd says he is committed to cracking down on content theft
Analysis: Harvey Weinstein's "Bully" battle over ratings isn't likely to cause long-lasting impact
Paul Brigner, a tech officer who has left his post with the MPAA, explains how he changed his mind and why he now opposes SOPA and PIPA
Two more theater chains join AMC in screening unrated documentary "Bully," but with tighter restrictions for minors
Harvey Weinstein's not there, but host Joel McHale says unrated anti-bullying documentary "is definitely going to beat "John Carter'"
"Bully" received an R rating from the MPAA despite pleas from the Weinstein Co.
The Chinese box office grew by 35 percent in 2011 compared to 2010, by far the largest growth in major markets, the MPAA reports
Movie studios and a company called Printless Previews had been in litigation over film editing patent since 2005.
Weinstein Co. co-chair suggests he may release the documentary "Bully" as unrated rather than submit to the organization's R rating
Matthew McConaughey movie "Killer Joe" is too graphic and brutal for youngsters, the MPAA rules, upholding an NC-17 rating
"Bully" still has an R rating, but 26 members of Congress -- along with Ellen DeGeneres and Drew Brees -- think the documentary should be PG-13
"An accurate content rating in no way diminishes the powerful and vitally important messages conveyed in the film,” the conservative Parents Television Council says
And, no, the MPAA isn't changing the movie's rating to PG-13 -- as Weinstein and more than 220,000 petitioners had demanded
Ellen DeGeneres talks about "Bully," the documentary that the MPAA has rated R, on her talk show on Wednesday -- and says she signed a petition to change the rating
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga