NEW LID ON VIDS Acad will get screeners, but who else?

Dunkley, Cathy
October 2003
Daily Variety;10/21/2003, Vol. 281 Issue 12, p1
Trade Publication
Reports the possibility that the motion picture industry and the Motion Picture Association of America will approve the sending out of VHS screeners in the U.S. Aim to foster fair competition in the industry; Reduction of the number of screeners; Limitation of access to screeners in the efforts of to combat piracy.


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