Film Organizations and Associations



ACTRA (Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists): an organization which negotiates, safeguards and promotes the professional rights of its Members
 

Actors' Playhouse: acclaimed non-profit cultural institution dedicated to entertaining and culturally enriching South Florida audiences by producing quality live theatre for adults and children at affordable prices
 

AES (Audio Engineering Society): a professional organization devoted exclusively to audio technology
 

Animha Productions: a unique association of artists, writers, animators and film makers based in the North of England. Animha is dedicated to independant film production and Animation Workshops for all!
 

BEA (Broadcast Education Association): preparing college students to enter the radio and TV business
 

CFTPA (Canadian Film and Television Production Association): creating a favorable national and international environment for their industry and culture to prosper via balanced representation, dialogue and negotiation with members and key stakeholders; including governments, labour, investors, other industries, advocates, audiences and the general public
 

Colorado Film Commission: your source for information about filming in Colorado.Includes a searchable location database, permit info, weather data, crew, equipment, services, over 100 local community film contacts statewide, and more

NAMA (Native American Music Awards): a non-profit organization that is involved in the preservation of indigenous music
 

Nebraska Independent Film Projects: a nonprofit organization for Nebraska's independent media artists

 

Pontardawe Film Club: aiming to promote an interest in film in and around Pontardawe. Their members choose films which are likely to be entertaining but unlilkely to be selected by the major cinema chains in their area
 

 

Society of Television Lighting Directors: provides a forum that stimulates a free exchange of ideas in all aspects of the television profession, promotes discussion on techniques and on the use and design of equipment, and more. Professional meetings are organized throughout the UK and abroad
 

 

CFTPA (Canadian Film and Television Production Association): creating a favorable national and international environment for their industry and culture to prosper via balanced representation, dialogue and negotiation with members and key stakeholders; including governments, labour, investors, other industries, advocates, audiences and the general public
 

Steadicam Operators Association: formed by Garrett Brown (the inventor of the Steadicam) and Nicola Pecorini in 1988 to connect skilled Steadicam operators with motion picture directors and producers. Today, the association represents steadicam operators around the world, providing referrals across the entire film and video industry
 

Women in Film and Video Vancouver: WIFVV is a non-profit society of professional women founded to support, advance, promote and celebrate the professional development and achievements of women involved in the British Columbia film, video and television industry