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Film

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Description

Film, also called movie or motion picture, is a medium used to simulate experiences that communicate ideas, stories, perceptions, feelings, beauty or atmosphere by the means of recorded or programmed moving images along with other sensory stimulations. The word "cinema", short for cinematography, is often used to refer to filmmaking and the film industry, and to the art form that is the result of it.

From Wikipedia

Organizations relating to Film

European Children's Film Association / Est. 1988
International Federation of Screen and Television Writers' Associations / Est. 1952
Euro MEDIA Garanties / Est. 1991
Fédération méditerranéenne de la presse, du film et de la radio-télévision
International Window Film Association
Linking Market Forces for European Film and Television
Zebra Information Centre / Est. 1988
Office européen des films low-budget
European Convention on Cinematographic Co-production / Est. 1992
Catholic Association for Latin American and Caribbean Communication
Nordic Film Directors Association
Association pour le développement européen des productions de l'audiovisuel et du cinéma
Nordisk Film and TV Fond / Est. 1990
Baltic Films
International Institute for Educative, Scientific and Social Films / Est. 1955
Internationales Institut für Zeichantrickfilm und Comicsforschung
Cinema Union of Latin America
International Cinema and Television School / Est. 1986
Europa Cinemas / Est. 1992
Pontifical Council for Social Communications / Est. 1948
Picture and Sound World Organization / Est. 1964
International Screen Publicity Association / Est. 1955
International Confederation of Art Cinemas / Est. 1955
European Association for Studies in Screen Translation / Est. 1995
International Screen Writers Guild / Est. 1964

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World Problems relating to Film

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Deterioration of media standards
Violence on screen
Film and cinema censorship
Film monopoly
War and pre-war propaganda
Exploitative films
Protectionism in the entertainment products and film industries
Immoral films
Irresponsible tobacco and cigarette advertising
Illegal private theatre clubs
Media illiteracy

Action Strategies relating to Film

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Promoting documentary and educational films
Popularizing development communication
Producing films
Reducing protectionism in the entertainment products and film industries
Exchanging student produced films
Promoting restored films
Assisting independent film makers
Organizing film festivals
Screening films
Protecting entertainment products and film industries
Distributing quality films
Organizing student film festivals
Organizing Latin film festivals
Funding Third World films
Screening third world documentary films
Marketing issue-oriented productions from developing countries
Supporting quality third world film production
Reducing amount of advertising
Reinforcing contacts among film makers
Supporting film industry
Conserving old films
Securing access to media for third world productions

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