By Chris Ortman Disclaimer: CreativeFuture does not encourage physical violence to settle arguments. Fantastic Fest, the genre film festival held each year at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Austin, Texas, has a curious tradition: hosting a series of verbal and physical “debates” that take place inside a boxing ring. On... Read more

On Wednesday, CreativeFuture participated in “Beyond the Red Carpet: Movie and TV Magic Day” on Capitol Hill, an event co-hosted by Creative Rights Caucus Co-Chairs, Rep. Judy Chu and Rep. Howard Coble. The event offered a behind-the-scenes look at all the creativity, talent, and innovation that drive the film and... Read more

By Ruth Vitale It’s a simple question, really. How does BitTorrent, Inc. feel about the fact that the peer-to-peer protocol it created is used by millions of people to avoid paying for creative content? After all, its technology has enabled a huge black market for the “sharing” of creative works... Read more

Film, television, music, and books are the backbone of our culture, but you wouldn’t know it based on the dollar value we assign to creativity. A guest post written by Tim League, founder and CEO of the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Austin, Texas, and Ruth Vitale, executive director of CreativeFuture,... Read more

By Ruth Vitale There is strength in numbers. That’s why CreativeFuture is uniting our community to speak out about the value of creativity. If we join together and speak with one voice, good things can happen. Yesterday, a group of our colleagues in the creative community did just that. In... Read more