Last Sunday, The New York Times ran an article on Hana Beshara, the founder of the pirate website NinjaVideo who was convicted for conspiracy and criminal copyright infringement and served 16 months in prison. The story raised more than a few eyebrows for its sympathetic treatment of Beshara, whose only... Read more

The vast majority of the most popular films and television shows are legally available online for U.S. audiences, according to a new study from KPMG. The first-of-its-kind comprehensive study analyzed a large sample of 808 films and 724 television shows that was compiled based on popularity with audiences and critical... Read more

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