«How can audiovisual performers, and dubbing artists in particular, best protect their moral rights? A new FIA Handbook offers a broad overview of regulatory frameworks and practices from around the world and provides recommendations to respond to this crucial topic. It is now available for download in English, French and Spanish.
Following up on the resolution adopted at the 20thFIA Congress in Toronto (Resolution 16: Moral rights of dubbing artists) and the adoption of the WIPO Beijing Treaty on Audiovisual Performances in 2012, FIA decided to carry out a survey on this matter. The Handbook offers a snapshot of laws and industrial practices concerning the moral rights of performers in almost 30 countries. Thanks to numerous contributions by member organizations, FIA has been able to develop a comprehensive picture of the current situation in the field. The survey conducted by FIA has also specifically focused on the rights of dubbing artists, often less enforced in practice compared to those of actors». SAIBA MAIS.
E para quem não conheça: «The International Federation of Actors (FIA), a non-governmental organization representing the unions, guilds and associations of performers around the world, voices the interests and actors, dancers, singers, broadcast professionals, circus artists, variety artists and others, with the exception of musicians and visual artists. Its aim here is to make an inventory of current legislation and practices concerning the moral rights of performers at the international level. Th e organization drew on the support of its members, with their local knowledge, in order to develop a comprehensive picture of the current situation in the fi eld. A signifi cant number of FIA member organizations kindly contributed to the writing of this study by sharing information and advice». O site.