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French Ministry of Culture

The mission of the French Ministry of Culture is to make accessible to the greatest number the capital works of humanity and first of all of France. In this respect, it conducts a policy of safeguarding, protecting and promoting cultural heritage in all its aspects, and encourages the creation and dissemination of works of art and the mind, the participation of all in cultural and artistic life and the development of artistic practices and teaching.


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The CNC, Centre national du cinéma et de l'image animée, under the authority of the Minister of Culture, is responsible for the design and implementation of State policy in the fields of cinema and other arts and industries of the moving image, particularly those of audiovisual, video and multimedia, including video games. ISEA2023 benefits from the Fonds d'aide à la création immersive (Immersive Creation Fund) for the collective operations component.


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The Délégation générale du Québec à Paris is the diplomatic representation of Québec in France. The Delegate General of Quebec, Michèle Boisvert, also represents Quebec in the Principality of Monaco. With the attributes of an embassy, the Délégation générale du Québec à Paris promotes and defends Quebec's interests and strengthens the direct and privileged Franco-Quebec relationship at the highest level of both governments.


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    MAIF, actor and partner of culture, supports ISEA2023


MAIF, actor and partner of culture, supports ISEA2023

MAIF invites you to participate in ISEA2023, the 28th international symposium on digital creation. As a company with a mission committed to the common good and an insurer of the world of culture, MAIF supports ISEA2023 in its desire to make art accessible to the general public. We have joined the circle of partners to enable the broadcasting (live and recorded) of all the events organised by the symposium at the Forum des Images. We are also supporting the production of the ISEA2023 enhanced catalogue to allow the public to discover the works and artists in a metaverse version.


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Daniel and Nina Carasso Foundation

The Daniel and Nina Carasso Foundation is a family foundation under the aegis of the Fondation de France. It is independent of any commercial company. The Foundation is committed to two main areas: Sustainable Food, for universal access to healthy food that respects people and ecosystems; and Citizen Art, for the development of critical thinking and the strengthening of social ties.


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International Organisation of La Francophonie (OIF)

The International Organisation of La Francophonie (OIF) is an institution based on the sharing of a language, French, and common values. It brings together 88 states and governments. Present on five continents, the OIF carries out political and cooperation activities in the following priority areas: the French language and cultural and linguistic diversity; peace, democracy and human rights; education and training; sustainable development and solidarity.


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Since 1957, ISIT has been training multilingual and intercultural experts who are active in the world. The ISIT diploma, a member of the Conférence des Grandes Ecoles, is approved by the French government and confers a Master's degree. Its graduates have responsibilities in a variety of environments (internationally oriented companies, international organizations, NGOs) and in a variety of functions (conference interpretation, communication, marketing, translation, HR, legal, consulting).


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Institut francais

The Institut français is a key player in France's foreign cultural policy, with a public service mission funded by public subsidies. The Institut français, placed under the dual supervision of the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Culture, has three fundamental missions.


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