Representatives of Sodaie, Adda SG, Sodinavie and Sodogdc talk about the benefits that actors and actresses will receive for the commercialization of their works and
Collective management entities in the Dominican Republic welcomed the entry into force of the Beijing Treaty, which supposes, when it begins to be executed in the Dominican Republic, it will represent greater economic benefits for actors, actresses, dancers and artists from other areas.
This was expressed separately by the Dominican Association of Audiovisual Rights, Management Company (Adda SG); and in a virtual meeting with the press, the Dominican Society of Performers and Performers (SODAIE), which also had the participation of the Dominican Society of Audiovisual Performers (Sodinavi) and the Dominican Society of Screenwriters and Film Directors (Sodogdc).
Pochy Familia, spokesman for Sodaie when referring to the treaty, said that it is an event of great impact in favor of the artists. “The current delivery is of great importance for actors, actresses,musicians, singers … everyone who interprets or executes something in an audiovisual”, outlined Familia, highlighting the impact that the agreement will have on music and cinema.
At the meeting held by the Zoom platform were, among other executives of the entities, Chucky Acosta, president of Sodaie, Johnnié Mercedes (Sodinavi), Robert Cornelio de Sodogdc and Elaine Acevedo. Actor Johnnié Mercedes advocates for the rights of actors and actresses.