Meet the MPA in Latin America
Promoting & Protecting Screen Communities in Latin America
We are the Motion Picture Association’s branch office in Mexico (MPA-Mexico) and the Motion Picture Association Latin America (MPA-Brazil).We aspire to advance the business and the art of filmmaking in Latin America and throughout the world. To do so, we promote and protect the importance of intellectual property rights and conduct public awareness programs to highlight to movie fans around the world the importance of content protection. These activities have helped to transform entire markets, benefiting film and television industries in each country including foreign and local filmmakers alike. We act on behalf of the members of the Motion Picture Association of America, Inc (MPAA).
Meet the MPAA
The Motion Picture Association of America, Inc. (MPAA) is the voice of one of America’s strongest and most vibrant economic sectors – the motion picture, home video and television industry. We aspire to advance the business and the art of filmmaking and celebrate its enjoyment around the world.
The six members of the MPAA are: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures; Paramount Pictures Corporation; Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc.; Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporations; Universal City Studios LLC; and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.
Visit MPAA.org to learn more.
History of the MPAA
To protect and support the industry, the major motion picture studios formed an organization in 1922 – now the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) – that has served as the voice and advocate of the motion picture and television industry around the world. MPAA has evolved with the times in order to promote the success of our core mission: advancing the business and art of filmmaking, protecting the creative and artistic freedoms of filmmakers, and ensuring the satisfaction of our audiences worldwide.
Senator Chris Dodd
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
(Photo Credit: Marissa Rauch Photography)
Former United States Senator Chris Dodd is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Motion Picture Association of America, Inc., which serves as the voice and advocate of the American motion picture industry around the world. For 36 years, Senator Dodd represented Connecticut in the United States Congress and as the state’s longest serving member was recognized as one of the most widely respected legislators in Congress, earning the trust of both Republicans and Democrats. A key participant in nearly every major national policy debate over the last three decades, Senator Dodd is perhaps best known for authoring or co-authoring the Family and Medical Leave Act in 1993; the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act; the Help America Vote Act; and the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. Dodd served as a senior member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and is a recognized expert on Latin America. During his tenure he interacted extensively with leaders throughout Europe, Asia, Canada and Latin America and served as Co-Chair of the U.S. – India Senate Caucus. Appointed in March of 2011 to represent one of America’s most creative and storied industries, Senator Dodd’s highest priority is to champion the creative freedoms of filmmakers by safeguarding intellectual property rights, advancing technology-driven innovation and opening global markets to the uniquely powerful medium of film.
Around the World
We are a global organization with commercial and regional offices working to protect the film industry around the world. We also partner with content protection organization in over 30 countries, including: