Espace mondial - Communication et médias de l'avenir (EMCMA - FuturTalent)
World Space - Communication and Media of the Future
27 Sep 2000, Namur (Belgium). Currently within the framework of World Catholic Association for Communication (SIGNIS), having been set up by International Catholic Organization for Cinema and Audiovisual (OCIC) and Unda, International Catholic Association for Radio and Television. Registered in accordance with Belgian law. Previously also referred to as Future Talent Institute. Dissolved.
Seek, encourage and promote young talented communicators from any country, capable of expressing spiritual, gospel and Christian values in their work within the world of media culture, whether the audiovisual sector - cinema, radio, video and television - or the performing arts - theatre, singing/song-writing - or new forms of communication - internet, CD-ROM.Available with paid subscription only.
Enables young talented individuals to meet professionals in the field and to to take part in seminars and improvement sessions. 'Friends of the FuturTalent Institute Association' keeps future talents and their tutors informed of the Institute.
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