International Scientific Film Association (ISFA)
Association internationale du cinéma scientifique (AICS)
Asociación Internacional de la Pelicula Cientifica
Internationale Vereinigung für Wissenschaftlichen Film
1947-10 Paris France
Oct 1947, Paris (France). Ceased to exist, 18 Jul 1992, when replaced by D-XC0015 - International Association for Media in Science (IAMS).
Raise standard and promote use of scientific films and related material throughout the world in order to achieve widest possible understanding and appreciation of scientific method and outlook, especially in relation to social progress; promote international exchange of information on production and use of films and on technical equipment; encourage international coordination of scientific film production and adoption of standard international system of documentation and appraisal.
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General Assembly (annual); Executive Committee, consisting of 16 members.
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