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7th Edition of the International Oriental Film Festival in Geneva (FIFOG) In Geneva, Versoix, Lausanne, and Gex
The festival runs From 28th April May 6th
With support from the Republic and Canton of Geneva, the Department of Culture of the City of Geneva, and several other major partners, the 7th edition of the International Oriental Film Festival in Geneva—organized by the FIFOG association in collaboration with various partners working to promote cinematography, as well as cultural dialogue and diversity—will be held from 28th April to 6th May 2012 in Geneva (CAC-Voltaire), Versoix, Lausanne, and France (Gex).
The FIFOG will continue to present some of the most original and innovative films from both East and West, through its different categories: “The Orient seen from all sides”, “Voices of America”, and “Feminine perspectives”, among others. In addition, the recent revolutions in the Arab world will be at the heart of this year’s festival.
The festival will also focus on cinema from the Maghreb and will include a special program on nuclear power. Children will enjoy the “Fi-Fon-Fan” children’s festival, as well as the The FIFOG at school or school at the FIFOG program.
A new feature this year is the establishment of three competitions: Long (fiction), short (fiction) and documentaries, and a tribute to a filmmaker who made his/her mark on the film industry through exploring the boundaries between East and West.
Parallel events taking place in Geneva include an art exhibition, a symposium at the Graduate Institute of Development and International Studies on the topic of Memory and Cinema, as well as a workshop for young Genevans and Maroccans.
Tahar HOUCHI, Artistic Director
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