Corporate Bylaws

Brazilian Film and Audiovisual Directors

General Association of Brazilian Directors Authors

Chapter I – Name, nature, registered office and term

Art. 1.º – Brazilian Film and Audiovisual
Directors, also currently called herein DBCA, is a non-profit
civil association of author’s rights owners, with
administrative, financial and proprietary autonomy, formed on
April 10, 2015 for the defense of the film and audiovisual
directors’ author’s rights, which is formed and governed by
these Bylaws, its Internal Regulations and by the Brazilian
legislation in force.

Subsection – DBCA shall observe, in the development of its
activities under the bylaws, the constitutional principles of
legality, impersonality, morality, advertising,
cost-effectiveness and efficiency.

Art. 2.º – DBCA is a legal entity subject to
private law, has an indefinite term and its registered office
and venue is in the city of Río de Janeiro, Río de Janeiro
State, in Centro Empresarial Botafogo, in Praia de Botafogo, n.°
300/501, CEP 22250-040, and may open branches in all the
national territory and abroad.

Chapter II – Purpose

Art. 3.º – The purpose of DBCA is the
following:

  1. Act in defense of the proprietary and moral author’s rights
    owned by the film and audiovisual directors, being able to:

    1. ensure the rights and interests of its members before
      government agencies, associations, institutes, individuals
      or legal entities subject to public or private law,
      national or foreign, individually or collectively,
      representing them in professional, artistic o economic
      matters;
    2. represent its members in or out of court, defending the
      proprietary and moral author’s rights owned by the film
      and audiovisual directors, its heirs and successors;
    3. participate and promote actions to regulate in Brazil
      the collection and distribution of proprietary rights
      related to public communication of audiovisual works,
      including cinematographic works, through exhibition,
      broadcasting, reproduction and transmission in any manner
      whatsoever.
    4. Register for its authorization before the Federal
      Government in order to perform the activities listed in
      Art. 3.° of these Bylaws, under the terms of art. 98-A of
      Law n.° 9.610 dated February 19, 1998 and Law n.°
      12.853/2013.
    5. Require that the name or the pseudonyms of the director,
      are placed legibly, when using the audiovisual work, in
      any means or format, promotion, sales piece and when
      exhibited, published, distributed, sold, reproduced,
      offered to the public, in cinemas, air TV, cable TV,
      Internet or any technical means, existing now or to be
      invented in the future, allowing for the communication of
      the audiovisual work to the public, so that the public may
      have access to the work at the moment and the place of
      their choice.
  2. Represent its members, heirs and successors, in the
    performance of the management of the author’s rights they own,
    related to the use of the audiovisual works, including films,
    as well as, once regulated, collect and raise the author’s
    rights of its members and represented people, arising from the
    use of audiovisual works, including films, in all the means,
    methods of use existing now or to be invented in the future,
    in all the Federative Republic of Brazil and abroad, being
    able to:

    1. once regulated in Brazil, collect, raise and administer
      the proprietary rights related to the communication to the
      public, by any method, including exhibition, transmission,
      broadcast, disclosure through any technology or means
      existing now or to be invented in the future;
    2. once regulated in Brazil, collect, raise and administer
      the proprietary rights owned by its members, heirs and
      successors, related to the reproduction, distribution,
      electronic distribution storage or any other method or
      means, existing now or to be invented in the future,
      allowing the public to have access to audiovisual works,
      including films, at the moment and the place of their
      choice;
    3. enter into reciprocal representation agreements and
      arrangements with foreign related entities;
    4. distribute the amounts received among the author’s right
      beneficiaries, under the terms of the bylaws and the
      internal regulation, based on equity and proportionality;
    5. develop and implement integrated systems and
      technologies that are useful to carry out the management
      and control of the registration of its members’ works in a
      transparent, safe and efficient manner;
    6. set the technical and professional nomenclature standard
      for the registration of all the film and audiovisual
      Brazilian directors and their audiovisual works, including
      films.
  3. Promote, raise, encourage and disclose the Brazilian films
    and audiovisual works and the profession of director, being
    able to:

    1. recognize, regulate and defend the profession of film
      and audiovisual director in Brazil and abroad;
    2. promote and keep the solidarity spirit among its
      members;
    3. act in the promotion and defense of the author’s rights
      to all the coauthors of the audiovisual work, to the
      extent of their contribution to the work;
    4. enter into agreements with associations representing
      other film and audiovisual areas in Brazil and abroad;
    5. enter into agreements with similar institutions in
      Brazil and abroad;
    6. act according to the equality, efficiency and
      transparency principles in all its activities;
    7. support and encourage cultural activities aimed at the
      recognition of films and audiovisual works, such as the
      creation of a film library and a specialized library, help
      in the creation and promotion of professional training
      centers and schools, arrangement of courses, conferences,
      exhibitions and fairs;
  4. Create and keep a social services work and a pension and
    assistance fund to support and benefit its members, heirs and
    successors, to the limits set in the internal regulation.
  5. Represent the foreign collective management associations and
    companies according to the rules and international practices
    of the Confederación Internacional de Sociedades de Autores y
    Compositores (International Confederation of Authors and
    Composers, CISAC), as well and the bylaws and practices
    approved within the scope of ADAL – Alianza de Directores
    Audiovisuales Latinoamericanos (Latin American Audiovisual
    Directors Alliance) – and other entities of which they may
    become a member in the future.

Chapter III – Corporate Structure and Members’ Responsibility

Art. 4.º – The film and audiovisual directors,
their heirs and successors, having their fiscal domicile within
the country and being owners of proprietary and moral author’s
rights on audiovisual works, including films, are admitted as
members.

Art. 5.º – The rights of the foreign authors
who are members of entities based abroad, and with which DBCA
has representation agreements, will be represented thereby and
defended under the terms of Art. 97, paragraph 4.° of Law n.°
12.853/2013, as well as pursuant to the international treaties
signed by the country and to the national treatment principle.

Section I – Accountability and Representation

Art. 6.º – The members, of any category, are
not accountable on an individual, jointly or subsidiary basis
for DBCA obligations; neither are they for the acts performed by
their directors.

Art. 7.º – No member of DBCA shall represent
the Association without having an express granting document for
that purpose or holding a position or function determined
herein.

Section II – Member Categories

Art. 8.º – The membership chart shall contain
the following member categories:

  1. Honorary Member: this title shall be granted to Brazilian
    film and audiovisual directors who deserve this title due to
    their artistic production and relevant merits throughout their
    professional life.
  2. Effective Members: this title shall be granted to film and
    audiovisual directors having their fiscal domicile within the
    country and being owners of proprietary author’s rights on, at
    least, 3 (three) full length feature films or, alternatively,
    2 (two) full length feature films and the equivalent to 250
    (two hundred and fifty) minutes of audiovisual work for TV and
    who have requested the Board of Directors their admission as
    effective members.
  3. Managed Members are:
    1. Film and audiovisual directors having their fiscal
      domicile within the country and being owners of proprietary
      author’s rights on, at least, one audiovisual work,
      according to the definitions in art. 9° and 10.° hereof;
    2. Heirs and successors of owners of proprietary author’s
      rights on, at least, one audiovisual work, according to the
      definitions in art. 9° and 10.° hereof.

Art. 9.º – For the purpose of these bylaws,
film and audiovisual directors are those individuals subject to
civil capacity who have directed at least one audiovisual work,
including films, not advertising, which has been exhibited to
the public in, at least, one of the market segments listed
below: (i) rooms for group exhibitions of any nature whatsoever;
(ii) air TV; (iii) cable TV; (IV) Internet, web channel; (v) on
demand video and (vi) home video.

Art. 10.º – Once the legislation terms and the
set of rules governing the audiovisual activity in Brazil, and
for the purpose of a better management, the following categories
of audiovisual work will be taken into account:

  1. Full length feature fiction or nonfiction films, including
    animations, which have been exhibited publicly in commercial
    exhibition rooms for, at least, one week;
  2. Full length feature fiction or nonfiction films, including
    animations, which have been exhibited publicly in group
    exhibition rooms, including festivals, cultural, educational
    and alternative circuits or in one of the formats listed in
    art. 9.° hereof;
  3. Medium or short length fiction or nonfiction films,
    including animations, which have been exhibited publicly in
    commercial exhibition rooms;
  4. Full, medium and short length fiction or nonfiction TV
    films, including animations, originally made for TV and which
    have been exhibited in one of the formats listed in art. 9.°
    hereof, and not in commercial exhibition rooms;
  5. Episodes or chapters of fiction or nonfiction soap operas,
    series or miniseries for air or cable TV, or for Internet,
    including animations, which have been exhibited in one of the
    formats listed in art. 9.° hereof, and not in commercial
    exhibition rooms;
  6. Inter-programs;
  7. Any other audiovisual production made and exhibited in any
    other media or segment existing now or to be created in the
    future, excluding religious or political content, sport
    events, contests, advertising, teleshopping, infomercials,
    electronic games, mandatory political propaganda, reality
    show, format or audiovisual content broadcast in a free
    electoral time, journalistic content and auditorium programs
    guided by a presenter;

Art. 11.º – Every category listed above shall
receive a score, for the purpose of collecting and distributing,
as per criteria to be set forth in the Internal Regulations and
approved by the General Meeting by extraordinary call for that
purpose.

Section III – Admission

Art. 12.º – The admission of members will be
through a written application to the Board of Directors,
submitted with the documents indicated in the membership form
available in DBCA electronic site and the declaration of works
duly completed.

Art. 13.º – The Board of Directors may reject
the admission of members with reasonable cause or due to the
lack of appropriate requirements for their admission.

Art. 14.º – The applicant who does not submit
the necessary documents in regular conditions, or who submits a
declaration raising suspicion and objections regarding the
authenticity of the claimed work shall not be admitted.

Art. 15.º – By means of the membership act,
DBCA becomes the member’s agent in order to perform all the acts
mentioned in Art. 3.°, during the membership.

Art. 16.º – The admission of honorary members
shall be performed through a proposal or invitation by the Board
of Directors, subject to the General Meeting’s approval.

Art. 17.º – The managed member who complies
with the requirements of art. 8, subsection ii, may request the
Board of Directors to be accepted as effective member by
submitting the necessary documents.

Section IV – Rights and Duties

Art. 18.º – Members have the following rights,
without prejudice to any other right arising from the purposes
of DBCA, under the terms and limits of these bylaws and the
internal regulation:

  1. Participate in the General Meeting and in the association’s
    activities and ensure a good administrative, programmatic and
    financial performance, taking care of the good image of DBCA
    and its members, as well as of the members of other
    associations or entities to which DBCA is related.
  2. Have access to all the accounting and financial books, as
    well as to all the plans, reports, rendering of accounts and
    results of external audits.
  3. Be represented and protected by DBCA in the defense of their
    rights and interests.
  4. Use the services and participate in the benefits granted by
    DBCA to each member category, under the terms of the Internal
    Regulation.

Art. 19.º – Effective members are exclusively
responsible for voting and being voted for any position in the
manner set forth herein.

Art. 20.º – Honorary members shall have all
the rights set forth herein, being their category observed,
under the terms of art. 8.°, and their number cannot exceed the
10% (ten per cent) of the total number of members.

Art. 21.º – Members’ duties are:

  1. Know, respect and comply with the bylaws, the internal
    regulation and the decisions and resolutions contained in the
    minutes of the general meeting.
  2. Comply with the professional solidarity principles with all
    the members.
  3. Be updated with the membership obligations, either ordinary
    or extraordinary, approved in the general meeting.
  4. Fulfill the obligations relevant to the position granted by
    the general meeting.

Section V – Exclusion from the Membership

Art. 22.º – Members may resign from their
condition as members at any time, by means of a written request
to the Board of Directors, which shall consider it in the next
meeting.

Art. 23.º – The involuntary exclusion of
members will only be possible with reasonable cause, arising
from important reasons, subject to the general meeting
deliberation, after a grounded request to the Board of
Directors, ensuring the broad-based defense, under the terms of
the Internal Regulation.

First paragraph: The following is considered gross negligence
and reason for exclusion:

  1. violate any of the association’s regulatory standards and of
    the bylaws;
  2. perform an act detrimental to the association.

    Art. 24.º – The registered works of the
    members who die during the period of relationship with the DBCA
    shall continue to be managed; their heirs or successors will
    have to prove the acquisition of ownership and provide personal
    data for registration purposes.

    Chapter IV – Property and its destination

    Section I – Property and sources of revenue

    Art. 25.º – DBCA’s property shall be made up
    of real estate or personal property coming from the following
    sources:

    1. Donations from individuals and/or legal entities, subject to
      private or public law, national and foreign.
    2. Grants, certificates, agreements, contracts or other legal
      instruments with national or international entities.
    3. Goods and rights derived from the Association’s activities,
      according to the Bylaws.
    4. Goods and rights coming from the members’ contribution.
    5. Sharing of revenues derived from collecting of its members’
      author’s rights, to be determined in proportion to the
      effective cost of their operations.

    Section II – Application of Resources

    Art. 26.º – Resources shall be allocated for
    the association’s purposes, according to the budget forecast
    approved by the general meeting and the Internal Regulation,
    observing the accountability and parity principles between
    property, income and budget.

    Subsection – DBCA shall not distribute any part of its property
    of income as profits or profit sharing.

    Art. 27.º – The association, through the
    decision of its general meeting, may allocate part of the
    resources coming from collecting author’s rights for cultural,
    social and welfare actions, benefiting its members in general,
    complying with all the limits set forth in the law.

    Art. 28.º – Members may receive compensation
    for holding office and perform technical functions or functions
    as Directors, as set forth in these Bylaws, provided that it is
    determined in the annual budget.

    Chapter V – Management

    Section I – Boards and Committees and General Aspects

    Art. 29.º – DBCA shall be managed by its
    boards and committees, in compliance with the competence
    attributed herein. The following are DBCA’s boards and
    committees:

    1. General Meeting
    2. Board of Directors
    3. Supervisory Commission
    4. Technical Secretariats

    Section II – The General Meeting

    Art. 30.º – The General Meeting is DBCA’s
    supreme body and shall be granted all the powers and take all
    the decisions in the Association’s direct or indirect
    management, as well as the decision regarding its methods,
    purposes, general rules, specific rules, rules of the Bylaws,
    regulatory standards, also being responsible for the provisions
    herein, in particular:

    1. Decide on any of the association’s matter of interest;
    2. Judge resources related to decisions taken by the other
      boards and committees of the association;
    3. Set forth the association’s general rules for action;
    4. Determine the association’s strategic plans;
    5. Evaluate the performance of the duties of the other boards
      and committees in the association;
    6. Approve the admission of new honorary members;
    7. Provisionally regulate on cases of vacant positions
    8. Approve the association’s budget and the plan of activities
      and accounts for the year to end;
    9. Approve the balance sheet and the rendering of accounts of
      the Board of Directors and the Technical Secretariats;
    10. Set forth the Internal Regulation;
    11. Amend the Association’s Bylaws, in a meeting called
      specially for that purpose;
    12. Choose or dismiss members from the Association’s Board of
      Director and Supervisory Committee, in a meeting called
      specially for that purpose;
    13. Approve the acceptance of donations with charges and
      conditions, as well as those that may give rise to liens of
      any nature whatsoever;
    14. Approve the acceptance of rules and procedures requested by
      donors.

    Art. 31.º – The General Meeting shall be held
    ordinarily once a year, during the first four months of the
    year, and they shall be formally called by the Chairman, with
    the agenda defined.

    Art. 32.º – The General Meeting shall be held
    extraordinarily as long as it is necessary and in the cases
    indicated in these Bylaws, in the Internal Regulation, or if it
    is so determined by the Chairman, the Supervisory Committee or
    by 20% (twenty per cent) or 1/5 of the voting members.

    Art. 33.º – The call for the General meeting
    must comply with the notice published in the association’s
    registered office and shall also be communicated in a valid and
    efficient manner to all its members at least 10 (ten) business
    days, through regular mail and/or email.

    Art. 34.º – Once the provisions of the Law are
    complied with, the meetings of the General or Special Meeting
    must have a minimum quorum of half plus one of its voting
    members on first call, and any number thereof on second call,
    one hour after the time set for the meeting.

    Art. 35.º – For the deliberations of the
    meetings held for the purposes of the competences listed in
    items XI an XII of art. 27, the minimum quorum on second call
    will be 1/3 (a third) of the voting members.

    Art. 36.º – The deliberations of the Ordinary
    or Extraordinary General Meeting, which shall always be limited
    to the topics in the agenda, shall be put on record and shall be
    sent to the members through regular mail and/or email.

    Art. 37.º – Pursuant to the Civil Code, for
    the call to the General Meeting to be legitimate, the presence
    of 1/5 (a fifth) of the voting members is required.

    Section III – Board of Directors

    Art.38.º – The Board of Directors is made up
    of a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 8 members, being the minimum
    number formed by a Chairman, a Treasurer, a General Secretary,
    and the maximum number by a Chairman, a Vice-Chairman, a
    Treasurer, a General Secretariat, a Secretary of Social Action
    and three members for the positions of General Secretary,
    Treasurer and Secretary of Social Action, all for a term of 3
    (three) years, being able to be reelected.

    Art. 39.º – The Board of Directors will be
    chosen by the General Meeting, among the effective members, for
    a 3 (three)-year term, being able to be reelected only for one
    more period.

    Art. 40.º – The effective members, original
    owners of author’s rights, with more than 10 (ten) years of
    profession may be candidates for Chairman.

    Art. 41.º – The effective members with more
    than 5 (five) years of profession may be candidates for the
    other positions in the Board of Directors.

    Art. 42.º – The succeeding members of the
    Board of Directors shall be appointed or chosen within 60
    (sixty) days before the end of the corresponding terms.

    Art. 43.º – In case of resignation or vacancy
    in all matters, the election or appointment shall be for up to
    90 (ninety) days in order to complete the term of the member who
    left.

    Art. 44.º – In case of simultaneous and
    definitive vacancy of the positions of Chairman and
    Vice-Chairman, the General Secretary shall call an Extraordinary
    General Meeting within 15 (fifteen) days in order to appoint the
    new Chairman and the new Vice-Chairman, who shall hold the
    position, as well as any other member of the Board of Directors,
    until the end of the current term.

    Art. 45.º – The Board of Directors shall
    gather twice a month, if ordinary in nature or, if extraordinary
    in nature, upon the Chairman’s request or, at least, upon the
    request of half plus one of its members. The decision of the
    Board of Directors shall be taken by a simple majority, provided
    that there is a minimum quorum of 3 (three) members, the
    Chairman being responsible for the casting vote in case of a
    tie.

    Art. 46.º – The Board of Directors shall be
    responsible for the control of the Association’s management and
    for all the responsibilities arising therefrom which are not
    directly attributed by these Bylaws to another board or
    committee, in particular:

    1. Comply with and make comply with the Bylaws, the Internal
      Regulation and other decisions of the General Meeting;
    2. Call a General Meeting;
    3. Mention names to integrate the Supervisory Committee;
    4. Call the Supervisory Committee.
    5. Make the agenda of the General Assembly.
    6. Approve the admission of new effective or managed members,
      or the change of category of members;
    7. Appoint honorary members;
    8. Promote donations for the Association;
    9. Hire and dismiss in general;
    10. Open, operate and close bank accounts;
    11. Govern the activities of the DBCA according to the
      guidelines set forth by the General Meeting, developing and
      executing their decisions and adopting all the necessary
      decisions for the correct functioning of the Association.
    12. Appoint legal representatives to manage or represent the
      Association with specific and determined powers.
    13. Examine the prior opinion regarding accounts, goods
      inventory and annual balance sheet by the Supervisory
      Committee and subject it to the approval of the General
      Meeting.
    14. The Board of Directors may implement an Executive
      Management, according to the administrative needs of DBCA;
    15. The Board of Director shall implement the Technical
      Secretariats, determining their form and the conditions for
      the distribution of positions and the relevant powers,
      including the due remunerations, under the terms of the
      Internal Regulation.

    Art. 47.º– The powers:

    1. Of the Chairman:
      1. Execute and make execute any resolution of the Board of
        Directors and the General Meetings;
      2. Being present for the Board of Directors and DBCA,
        expressing their decisions and representing them;
      3. Represent DBCA institutionally before authorities and
        institutions in Brazil and abroad;
      4. Represent DBCA in and out of court, being able to grant
        those powers according to the Internal Regulation;
      5. Chair the meetings of the Board of Directors;
      6. Sign agreements, contracts and other instruments with
        related associations in Brazil and abroad;
      7. Sign all the contracts DBCA is a party to, including the
        management, or the agreements involving government, federal,
        state or municipal bodies;
      8. Open bank accounts, endorse and issue checks or payment
        orders, together with the Treasurer;
      9. Issue and accept bills of exchange, sign financing
        contracts in general, together with the Treasurer, after the
        approval by the Board of Directors;
      10. Sign labor contracts and other instruments, duly approved
        in accordance with the Internal Regulation;
      11. Hire and dismiss employees;
      12. Grant powers with authorities and special terms for up to
        one year, except for the General Power of Attorney to
        perform Judicial Acts;
      13. Call and chair general meetings;
      14. Sign, together with the General Secretary, the minutes of
        the General Meetings and of the Board of Directors and the
        public and private instruments that may be made by the
        Association, as well as its correspondence;
      15. Ensure the good functioning and administration of the
        Association, complying with and making comply with the
        Bylaws, the Internal Regulation, the professional rules and
        the resolutions of the meeting and of the Board of
        Directors;
      16. Other powers that may be determined in the meetings of the
        Board of Directors;
    2. Of the General Secretary:
      1. Prepare and sign the minutes of the meetings of the
        Board of Directors and the General Meeting, controlling
        attendance lists and signatures;
      2. Communicate with the members, including the calls for
        the general meeting;
      3. Sign, together with the Chairman, the minutes of the
        General Meetings and of the Board of Directors and the
        public and private instruments that may be made by the
        Association, as well as its correspondence;
      4. Exercise, together with the Treasurer, the control of
        the members’ registration;
      5. Keep correspondence updated, make reports, control the
        correct functioning of files, statistics, handle the
        matters and claims filed and address the relationships of
        the entity with its members and with third parties,
        ensuring the compliance with the Association’s rules and
        with the agreements signed with other entities in the
        country and abroad;
      6. Carry out the duties of the Vice-Chairman when absent
        from the Board of Directors, helping the Chairman in the
        performance of his/her duties;
    3. Of the Treasurer;
      1. Perform the Association’s financial operations, signing
        checks together with the Chairman;
      2. Endorse and issue checks or payment orders, together
        with the Chairman;
      3. Participate in the preparation of the annual budget;
      4. Exercise, together with the General Secretary, the
        control of the members’ registration;
      5. Oversee and provide information to the Supervisory
        Committee, including submitting a monthly balance sheet of
        income and expenditure and the preparation of the annual
        general balance sheet;
      6. Manage the staff, complying with the labor and social
        security legislation;
      7. Authorize payments and expenses;

    Subsection – The powers of the other members of the Board of
    Directors shall be determined in the Internal Regulation.

    Section IV – Supervisory Committee

    Art. 48º – The Supervisory Committee,
    financial and accounting supervisory body of DBCA, is made up of
    2 (two) regular members and 1 (one) alternate member, indicated
    by the Board of Directors and appointed by the General Meeting,
    for a 3 (three)-year term, being able to be reelected.

    Art. 49.º – The following is under the
    responsibility of the Supervisory Committee:

    1. Give its opinion regarding DBCA’s financial and accounting
      performance reports;
    2. Give its opinion regarding the property operations performed
      by DBCA;
    3. Issue opinions for the Board of Directors regarding DBCA’s
      activities report, the balance sheet, the financial statements
      and the budgets;
    4. Present before the Board of Directors any verified
      irregularity in DBCA’s accounts;

    Art. 50.º – In case a position of the
    Supervisory Committee is vacant for more than 60 (sixty) days,
    the Board of Directors shall choose a new member or call one of
    the alternate members to complete the term.

    Art. 51.º – The Supervisory Committee shall
    gather ordinarily:

    1. During March, every year, to evaluate and issue an opinion
      regarding the annual activities report of the executive office
      and the rendering of accounts of the previous year;
    2. On a preset date, mutually agreed with the members, to
      perform the duties conferred thereto by article 49 of these
      bylaws.

    Art. 52.º – The Supervisory Committee shall
    gather extraordinarily whenever it is necessary, being called by
    the Chairman or by the President of DBCA.

    Section V – Technical Secretariats

    Art. 53.º – The Technical Secretariats are
    professional bodies that may be created and formed by hired
    people, with remuneration. Each of them will be headed by a
    Technical Secretary who shall have the following
    responsibilities:

    1. Coordinate DBCA’s specialized activities;
    2. Handle professionals hired by DBCA;
    3. Association’s daily management and handle members and third
      parties;
    4. Keep and administer the Association’s physical property;
    5. Perform all the specific duties and delegations granted,
      defined by the Board of Directors;

    Art. 54.º – The Technical Secretariats are
    positions of trust of the Board of Directors and must be filled
    by graduate professionals in higher level education, complete,
    or with solid experience within their area of competence.

    Chapter VI – Dissolution

    Art. 55.º – The Association is dissolved:

    1. If the failure to fulfill its purpose is proven;
    2. By decision of the General Meeting, with the vote of the 2/3
      of the associated members;
    3. Through the cancellation, by law or an act of the competent
      authority, of its authorization to function.

    Art. 56.º – Once the DBCA is dissolved, its
    property will be reversed to legal entities subject to private
    law for economic purposes, who have activities and purposes
    related to those of DBCA.

    Chapter VII – General and Transitional Provisions

    Art. 57.º – Any interpretation of the
    application of concepts and provisions hereof, as well as the
    cases that are not considered, shall be resolved by the General
    Meeting or by the Internal Regulation.

    Art. 58.º – These Bylaws shall be amended
    after 3 (three) months in force, in an extraordinary general
    meeting called in order to choose the other members of the Board
    of Directors, the Supervisory Committee and the approval of
    DBCA’s Internal Regulation.

    Art. 59.º – These Corporate Bylaws shall
    become effective on the date of its registration before the
    Registry of Deeds and Documents and the Civil Registry of Legal
    Entities and its publication in the Official Gazette of the
    state of Río de Janeiro.

    Río de Janeiro, April 10, 2015.

     

    With the strong support of

    LATIN AMERICA

    Latin American Audiovisual Directors Alliance

    Societies which provide their support with reciprocal agreements ​to Diretores Brasileiros de Cinema e do Audiovisual

    CHILE

    National Theater, Film and Audiovisual Authors Association

    ARGENTINA

    General Association of Film and Audiovisual Directors Authors from the Argentine Republic.

    COLOMBIA

    Audiovisual Directors Colombian Association

    MEXICO

    Audiovisual Work Makers,

    IMPORTANT SUPPORT FOR LATIN AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN SOCIETIES

    DAMA (logo) Derechos de Autor de Medios Audiovisuales See support letter

    SACD (logo) Société des Auteurs et Compositeurs Dramatiques See support letter

    Directors UK (logo) Directors UK
    See support letter

    ADAL (logo) Alianza de Directores Audiovisuales Latinoamericanos See support letter

    DAC (logo) Directores Argentinos Cinematográficos See support letter

    Writers and Directors (logo) Writers & Directors Worldwide
    See support letter

    ATN (logo) Sociedad de Autores Nacionales de Teatro, Cine y Audiovisuales See support letter

    Directores México (logo) Directores México
    See support letter

    SGAE (logo) Sociedad General de Autores y Editores
    See support letter

    SIAE (logo) Società Italiana degli Autori ed Editori
    See support letter


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