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MPAA Chief Chris Dodd to Attend Morelia Film Fest

Hollywood's top lobbyist is set to make his first appearance at the prestigious Mexican event

CinemaCon: MPAA Chief Chris Dodd Won’t Stop Challenging Silicon Valley Over Piracy

"We have both the right and responsibility to express our concerns about piracy undermining our industry on a global level," Hollywood's top lobbyist tells theater owners.

Chris Dodd, Alfonso Cuaron Expected to Attend Beijing Film Festival

Paramount Pictures COO Frederick Huntsberry and Oliver Stone are also tipped to take part in the Chinese event, which kicks off April 17.

Hollywood’s Top Lobbying Group Tilts Toward Republicans

After losing a bruising battle over piracy, the MPAA has a new strategy, new hires and increased donations to influential groups, some spending "dark money."

MPAA CEO Chris Dodd Received $3.3 Million in 2012

Updated: The movie industry lobbying association paid 200 employees an average of $143,000 apiece in salary and benefits last year.

MPAA Chief Christopher Dodd Announces End to China Standoff

Hollywood studios haven't been paid their share of box office revenue since fall of last year and are collectively owed well north of $150 million.

China Box-Office Standoff: Hollywood Could Receive Back Payments Soon

Sources say the powerful China Film Group is mulling a temporary settlement to resolve the tax dispute, with a permanent solution in the works.

Leading Online Ad Networks Agree to Voluntary Piracy Program

MPAA chairman Chris Dodd says the plan "places a disproportionate amount of the burden on rights holders."

Asian Film Summit Returns to Toronto International Film Fest

The Canadian networking event for Asian and western industry players will have its second outing as part of the September festival.

MPAA Chief Chris Dodd Dodges Anne Hathaway-vs.-Jennifer Lawrence Debate

The major studios' rep didn't get drawn into the Oscar fray during a visit to Ottawa, but he addressed the issue of movie piracy seriously.

Study: 185 Victims of Violence in Weekend’s Top 5 Movies (Video)

Conservative-leaning group catalogs violence in the the top-grossing films including "Django Unchained," "Les Miserables" and "Gangster Squad."

Joe Biden, Entertainment Industry Reps Meet to Find ‘Meaningful Solutions’ to Gun Violence

While MPAA chief Chris Dodd says the industry is against forced content regulation, execs are committed to giving parents the information they need to make entertainment viewing decisions for their…