The European Academy of Science Films consists of ordinary, extraordinary, honorary and supporting members.
The ordinary membership applies to film makers, festival makers and scientists who can prove their experience to the board of the academy. They contribute fully to the activities of the Association and they are eligible to vote for potential Best Science Film nominees.
Extraordinary members are those who support the Association and identify themselves with its aims but do not satisfy the criteria for ordinary members.
Honorary membership may be conferred on all persons distinguished by special services undertaken for the benefit of EURASF.
Persons who support the activities of the Association especially by paying an increased membership fee may become supporting members.
Membership ordered in occupational groups (Sections)
(1) Film & TV
- Science journalism – print (at least 2 years experience, 2 published work samples)
- Science journalism – TV (at least 2 film credits, opening or end titles)
- Science journalism – web (at least 2 years experience, 2 published work samples)
- Director science film – (at least 2 film credits, opening or end titles)
- Producer science film – (at least 2 film credits, opening or end titles)
- Editor science film – (at least 2 film credits, opening or end titles)
- Distributor - (at least 2 films)
- Festival maker
(2) Science and Research
An academic degree and an occupation at a university facility or an academic institution is required.
- Doctoral candidate
- Ph.D. student
- Junior scientist/Researcher/Group leader
- Senior scientist/Researcher/Group leader