International Federation of Super-8 Cinema
Fédération internationale du cinéma super-8
Federación Internacional de Cine Super 8
Apr 1981, Montréal (Canada), following an earlier period of activity. No recent activity reported since 1993.
Establish and reinforce international contacts between Super-8 (8mm) film-makers; highlight advantages of Super-8 format as a means of personal expression and as an instrument for socio-cultural action; promote these films through festivals, competitions, conferences, creative workshops, productions and publications; establish a network for international exchange between members and other film-makers; encourage creation, distribution and preservation of Super-8 films in schools; protect authors' rights; create an international aid fund for film-makers in developing countries.Available with paid subscription only.
Collaborates with television institutes in member countries and with other world organizations in the field to encourage presentation of Super-8. Acts as information clearinghouse; owns and operates film projection halls and cinemas; produces films and sound recordings. Compiles statistics.
English, French, Spanish.
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Members in 41 countries
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