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The Institute of Cinematography and Audiovisual Arts (ICAA) holds institutional relations both multilaterally- with the European Council, European Union and the Conference of Cinematographic Authorities in Latin America- and bilaterally, with countries closely linked to Spain and others. Salto de línea The aim is to establish and encourage cooperation in the cinematographic industry with similar institutions and to promote new strategic alliances, allowing an optimum development of cinematographic activity in Spain in its various sectors and promoting an exchange and collaboration between Spanish professionals.Salto de línea Participation in European Union institutions with legislative capacity:

  • The Council’s Audiovisual Work Group
  • Preparation of meetings for the Council’s Ministers of Culture and Audiovisual Media
  • Film Expert Groups
  • Film Expert Groups, Sub-group for Cinematographic Heritage
  • The Contact Committee for the Audiovisual Media Services Directive

Participation in decision-making bodies of European and international institutions:

  • Management Committee of the Creative Europe Programme (EU programme to support the European audiovisual sector).
  • Board of Directors of the Eurimages Fund (Aid fund of the European Council for the joint production, distribution and viewing of European cinematographic works).
  • The Executive Council of the European Observatory for the Audiovisual Sector (institution belonging to the European Council, in charge of gathering, preparing and disseminating information related to the European audiovisual sector).
  • The Conference of Cinematographic Authorities in Latin America (CACI)
  • The Intergovernmental Committee of the Ibermedia Programme (as part of the CACI’s audiovisual policy, aimed at promoting the creation of a Latin American audiovisual space through financial aid).
  • Member of the Council of the European Film Promotion (EFP) (the only international network of organisations involved in the promotion and distribution of European cinematographic works all over the world).
  • Participation in the European Film Agency Directors (EFADs) association. This association operates in the European film industry and its members are directors of the 28 cinematographic agencies in the European Union (in addition to Iceland, Norway and Switzerland). All the agencies are official bodies in charge of issuing and implementing national policies in audiovisual matters, advising their respective national governments on future development in the sector.

International film and auio-visual organisationsSalto de línea

Unión Europea: Programa Media

European Union: MEDIA Programme

The European Union MEDIA Programme is aimed at creating favourable surroundings for the effective development of the European cinematographic, audiovisual and multimedia industry.

Eurimages

Eurimages

Eurimages is a European Council fund for the joint production, distribution and viewing of European cinematographic works. Established in 1989, it currently had 27 member States. Eurimages seeks to promote the European cinematographic industry, backing up film production and distribution, as well as professional cooperation.

European Film Promotion

European Film Promotion

Financed by the European Commission, it is involved in promoting European films through joint actions for exchange and cooperation, further to top-level festivals and markets.

Observatorio Europeo del sector audiovisual

European Audio-visual Observatory

Since 1992, the European Observatory of the Audiovisual Sector is the point where information is gathered and disseminated in relation to the audiovisual industry in Europe. The Observatory is a European public body, to which 35 states and the European Union belong. Eureka Audiovisual constitutes its source and it operates within the legal framework of the European Council.

Ibermedia

Ibermedia

The idea of this programme, started up by the Conference of Cinematographic Authorities in Latin America, is to promote cinematographic and audiovisual development in Latin America.

Logotipo de CACI

CACI

The Conference of Cinematographic Authorities in Latin America (CACI) is an international body established in the Latin American region, specialising in audiovisual and cinematographic matters.

Logotipo EFAD

European Film Agency Directors (EFADs)

This association operates in the European film industry and its members are the directors of the European Union’s 28 cinematographic agencies (in addition to Iceland, Norway and Switzerland). All these agencies are official bodies in charge of issuing and implementing national policies in audiovisual matters and advising their respective national governments about future development in the sector.

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