On Oscar night, @CreativeFuture will be highlighting all the talent, innovation, and hard work behind the year’s biggest films. Follow us on Twitter! Oscar night is just days away! Get ready for the red carpet, gorgeous gowns, and all your favorite stars. But the Academy Awards are about more than... Read more

On February 10, the Trustworthy Accountability Group announced the launch of a new program to help advertisers keep their ads off illegal pirate websites. For the last year, CreativeFuture has been closely following the progress of advertising industry efforts to bring greater accountability to the advertising ecosystem, including doing more... Read more

At the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, CreativeFuture and HP partner on a series of panels, reflecting a shared commitment to technology that empowers artists. PARK CITY – It’s been a busy week for CreativeFuture at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. CreativeFuture partnered with HP on a series of panels and... Read more

At the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, the first-ever Horizon Award was presented to Syracuse University student Verónica Ortiz-Calderón. UPDATE: The inaugural Horizon Award winning film, Y Ya No Te Gustas (And You Don’t Like Yourself Anymore) premiered tonight at a reception at The Sundance House Presented by HP. It is now available... Read more

CreativeFuture and HP are partnering at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival on a series of panels and workshops at The Sundance House Presented by HP FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 20, 2014 PARK CITY – CreativeFuture and HP are partnering at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival on a series of panels... Read more

The creative arts make up the cultural fabric of our world. They have the power to amuse, entertain, challenge, inspire, and create change. Creative industries also represent an essential part of the U.S. economy – generating jobs, paying competitive wages, and contributing to international trade. A new report from the... Read more

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 12, 2015 LOS ANGELES – More than 100 members of the creative community have signed a letter to U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT) thanking him for his leadership in urging the credit card industry to implement voluntary steps that can prevent their services from being misused... Read more

By Ruth Vitale It looks like Google’s propaganda machine is set on autocomplete – and keeps delivering the wrong answer. Just about every time the conversation turns to reducing piracy, Google and its shills go into the wolf cry of SOPA. (See Google lawyer Marvin Ammori’s absurd article in Slate... Read more