“Untɨ les origines” de Christophe Yanuwana Pierre à Awala Yalimapo vendredi 23 juillet

Le documentaire "Untɨ les origines" de Christophe Yanuwana Pierre sera projeté à Awala Yalimapo, vendredi 23 juillet, à 19h. Cette séance sera l'occasion de rencontrer et d'échanger avec le talentueux jeune réalisateur, dont le film a été unanimement récompensé, en Guyane évidemment (Prix du Jury du Fifac 2019), mais également au Canada, par le Prix...

Poster Fifo 2021

The Fifo offers a carte blanche to the Fifac!

For its 18th edition, the Fifo organisation gave a carte blanche to Fifac and proposed from 6 to 8 February 2021 the screening of 4 award-winning films at Saint-Laurent du Maroni: - Scolopendres et papillons, by Laure Martin Hernandez and Vianney Sotès. Jury Prize of the Fifac 2019. - Untɨ the origins,...

FIFAC - Outside the Walls 2020-2021

The Fifac Hors les murs - 2nd edition

FIFAC continues all year round and goes to meet the municipalities of French Guiana and beyond! By offering the best of the 2nd edition's programming, the Fifac hors les murs aims to reach the largest number of spectators, with sessions for the general public or for schools.



Since June, France Télévisions has been putting "Outre-mer La 1ère", the digital platform dedicated to Overseas France, online. This is one of the visibility measures provided for in the Overseas France Visibility Pact to accompany the discontinuation of the France Ô channel.



Passeurs d'Images, coordinated by French Guiana the association Atelier Vidéo & Multimédia - Pôle Image du Maroni, promotes, supports, defines, supervises and accompanies projects of image education for audiences far from the cultural offer.



In partnership with the Pôle Image du Maroni, the students of the Cinema Audiovisual options of the Lama Prévot high school (terminale) in Rémire-Montjoly and Léopold Elfort (1ère) in Mana were invited to take part throughout the week in the festival, to meet the works and professionals.

E. Anscutter and W. Badarou

When the music fools us all ! With Elisabeth Anscutter and Walli Badarou

For this second edition of Fifac, music will be a major theme in public conferences and workshops for children. Elisabeth Anscutter, musician and composer, and Walli Badarou, composer and producer, both members of the UCMF (union of film music composers), will speak on Wednesday 7 October about the importance of the creation of a soundtrack for a film...

Poster Fifac 2020

The FIFAC 2020 poster, with Guillaume Saix

We are proud to present the new FIFAC poster for this 2020 edition, created by the graphic designer Guillaume Saix. Between two illustrations, he took the time to answer a few questions about the poster and his work.

Call for project Doc Amazon Caribbean

The call for documentary film projects is launched

For its 2nd edition from 6 to 10 October 2020, Fifac is launching a call for documentary film projects in partnership with Doc Amazonie Caraïbe.It is aimed at authors/directors/producers developing documentary film projects and digital content relating to the Amazon-Caribbean region with strong filmmaking intentions, a writing that is both innovative and demanding, and which can correspond to the editorial lines of broadcasters attending Fifac

The Fifac in your hammock: the Fifac online from May 1st to 10th

(Re) discover a selection of the films presented at the first edition of the Fifac in Saint-Laurent du Maroni, in October 2019. In this period of confinement, FIFAC comes to you! Wherever you are, slip into your hammock, settle into your armchair to enjoy the...

enter a film at the Fifac 2020

The call for films 2020 is launched

Film registration is open for the 2020 edition of FIFAC. The international festival dedicated to the best creative documentary and digital content from the Amazon-Caribbean region, FIFAC will be held in Saint-Laurent du Maroni (French Guiana) from October 6th to 10th, 2020.

Outside the FIFAC Walls in November

In November, in partnership with the Pôle Image du Maroni, FIFAC organizes Ciné screenings in the neighbourhood as part of Documentary Month. On this occasion, the festival continues outside the walls: Ka'apor, Nicolas Millet's last fight, will be shown...

FIFAC press conference

The Press Conference with France TV

On Monday 16 September in Paris, the FIFAC press conference was held in the company of all the actors who are working hand in hand to bring this first edition to a successful conclusion. The trailers of the competing documentaries, as well as the trailer of the festival were unveiled....

Call for documentary films

Call for documentary films

The call for documentary films and digital content for the 1st Edition of FIFAC (International Festival of the documentary film Amazonia Caribbean) which will take place in Saint-Laurent du Maroni in French Guyana from 14 to 18 October 2019 is open! They should concern the regions of French Guyana ,...

Encounters doc Amazonia Caribbean Saint-Laurent du Maroni

Birth of Fifac in October 2018

The 4th International meeting of the documentary doc Amazonia Caribbean in October 2018 in Saint-Laurent du Maroni du Maroni concluded on the decision to create the Fifac. Walles KOTRA, Executive Director of the overseas pole at France Télévisions, confirms his willingness to see a...

Visit Minister of culture Saint-Laurent du Maroni

Encouragement from the Minister of culture

The Minister of culture, Franck Riester, encourages the entire audiovisual and film industry during his visit to St. Laurent du Maroni, at the transportation camp, where the Fifac will take place in October 2019. The Minister mentions "a very specific plan between the...

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