CICT IFTC – International Council for Film, Television and Audiovisual Communication (Italian Committee) 

         CICT (IFTC) is the International Council for Cinema, Television and Audiovisual Communication; its aim is           the promotion and celebration of the values typical of cinema.


         Since its creation, the CICT has been presided by John Maddison (ISFA), ), Jean d’Arcy (RTF-UN),                       Raymond Ravar (CILECT), Mario Verdone (CIDALC), Fred Orain (Production), Enrico Fulchignoni                           (UNESCO), Gérard Bolla (UNESCO) Christopher Roads (British Library), Jean Rouch (CIFES), Daniel Van Espen (Signis), Pierpaolo Saporito (OCCAM), Jean-Michel Arnold (Camera) e Hisanori Isomura (NHK).


Currently, CICT is managed by the Executive Bureau, presided by H.E. Ambasciator Inoussa Ousseini, Niger’s Permanent Delegate at UNESCO, the film director Georges Dupont (ORTF-TDF-INA-UNESCO) is the General Director and Ms. Lola Poggi Goujon, former government official at UNESCO, is the General Secretary.





EuroMediterranean Conference

The Euro-Mediterranean Conference was created in 1995 in collaboration with the European Parliament and the International Council for Film and Television of UNESCO. The main aim was to create a network and several projects enabling the establishment of a euro-mediterranean integration and a socio-economic development of the area. The conference represents one of the most prestigious cultural events at the Venice Film Festival and an opportunity for the creation of a dialogue between many stakeholders within the cultural, audiovisual communication and ICTs fields.

Here are some pictures of the latest conference “XXII EuroMed Conference on Cinema: Med Screaming Screen – the new languages in the digital era” (76th Art and Film Exhibition, Italian Pavillion at Hotel Excelsior, Venice).