Do we need climate targets for the cultural sector?
A panel with reference to the latest bill of the Copyright Contract Law to enable authors and actors finding ways to share economic profits of their protected works.
On the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the Federal Association of German Actors (BFFS) the Federal Minister of Justice and Consumer Protection, Heiko Maas, discusses with:
Fred Breinersdorfer (Author, film producer, attorney), Prof. Dr. Albrecht Hesse (Chief Director of legal affairs of the Bavarian Broadcasting Company), Heinrich Schafmeister (Member of the Board of BFFS, actor), Christine Strobl (Managing director of degeto Film GmbH) and other guest.
Host: Thomas Schmuckert (Member of the Board of BFFS, actor), Welcome speech by Jeanine Meerapfel (President, Akademie der Künste)
“Do we need climate targets for the cultural sector?” is an event by BFFS in co-operation with Initiative Urheberrecht and Akademie der Künste.