International Association of Cinema, Audiovisual and Media Schools
Centre international de liaison des écoles de cinéma et de télévision (CILECT)
1955-05-08 Cannes France
Founded at 2nd international meeting of film and television schools, on the initiative of Marcel L’Herbier and Rémy Tessonneau.
Structure modified: 18 May 1958, Cannes (France); 31 May 1960, Lódz (Poland); 1963, Vienna (Austria); 1972, Moscow (USSR); 1990, Blois (France); 2010, Barcelona (Spain), 2016, Brisbane (Australia).
Develop and promote the highest standards of education, research and training for film, television and related media.
Events2024 – Congress
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General Assembly (annual); Executive Council, including President and Chairs of Regional Bodies: K-XK2385 - CILECT Africa Regional Association (CARA); K-XK0416 - CILECT Asia-Pacific Association (CAPA); K-XK0417 - European Grouping of Film and Television Schools; K-XE1772 - CILECT Ibero América (CIBA); CILECT North America (CNA). Executive Director.
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