Best producers, producers, and producers associations are now able to sell to the public the information they are keeping secret.
That includes data that producers might not want the public to know, such as how much money they make, how many copies of their movies they’ve released, or how many people have bought their movies.
That information, as well as information that can be used to discriminate against them, is now available to the general public.
The new rules go into effect in 2018.
The rules require that producers have at least 15 people working on a single movie, including two people on the creative team, one on the art team, and one on set.
This makes it possible to sell more information about what is going on in a film without requiring the producers to put up more money to produce it.
For example, producers may be able to show their director or other producers information about a new cast member, such a new character, or even a new script, which could help the film become a hit.
The producers also can’t reveal their compensation, although some producers have previously disclosed it.
The information, including the cost of making each film, also can be sold.
The best producers and producers association, the Hollywood Association of Producers and Exhibitors, says the new rules will make it easier to sell the information that producers want to keep private.
It’s an important step forward, says Jim Wertheim, the chief executive of the industry group, the Association of Motion Picture and Television Producers.
He says the rules make it harder for producers to get away with unethical practices.
In particular, producers are not able to claim that they can keep secrets on a movie that they don’t want the rest of the public know about.
This is why producers, actors, and other people who know something from a producer, a producer’s brother, or an executive may need to disclose that information in order to get the benefit of the new law, he says.
“The producers are able to say, ‘I don’t need to sell that to you, because you’re a public entity, I don’t have to be held accountable,'” Wertheimer says.
It is important to note that the new laws will only apply to public-use films.
The production and distribution of nonpublic-use works is exempt from them.
The law is also meant to protect the interests of filmmakers and their studios, who want to sell movies that aren’t available to a wide audience.
“It’s a small step forward in the right direction, but it’s a long way away from having an industry that is transparent, accountable, and has a clear set of rules,” says Robert Zemeckis, president of the Motion Picture Association of America, the industry’s trade group.
The bill will still need to pass Congress and become law.
The first draft of the bill is now awaiting the outcome of a hearing on Capitol Hill, and then a full House vote.
For more on Hollywood’s changing media landscape, check out this article on the transition from a traditional media company to a digital one.