The "Fokus" section proposes increased visibility for the countries and regions that make up the Amazon-Caribbean zone. A spotlight on...
Each year, we will take turns saluting the work produced in one of these territories by bringing it to the eyes and ears of the public. First Fokus for this year: French Guyana, with many Guyanese documentaries, short films and webdocs. Directors, Guyanese producers, local associations and institutions will be able to present their activities and express themselves, sometimes to meet and get to know each other better, and perhaps even develop joint projects.
These days are reserved for professionals upon registration.
From day one, the Fifac is live from Cayenne, from the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the French Guyana CCIG, where the Audeg presented the results of its study on the cinema and audiovisual sector French Guyana, commissioned by the CCIG.
The next morning, filmmakers, many of whom are from Guyana, will present their documentary projects to producers, broadcasters and institutions in order to see, perhaps, their projects come to fruition.
On Thursday 8th, Fifac is proposing a round table with French Guyana La 1ère and the Antennes 1ères des Antilles around the question: how do we local producers make films together ?
A similar question was asked the next day at the Centre National de la Cinématographie (CNC).
During all these days of professional meetings, a large place is given to the Territorial Collectivity of French Guyana (CTG) to present its aid and support system for cinema and the audiovisual industry in French Guyana.
The same applies to the Film French Guyana Commission French Guyana, whose mission is to promote filming in French Guyana, to the G-Cam (French Guiana Cinéma Audiovisuel Multimédia) association, whose aim is to federate Guyanese professionals and to structure the sector, and to the Pôle Image Maroni, which is more focused on image education and professional training.
For Fifac, these Fokus are a way to show the best of a country or region's documentary,to accompany the development of its sector and to highlight territories and populations .
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