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Festival International du Film de Géopolitique de Grenoble


Le FIFGG (Festival International du Film de Géopolitique de Grenoble) est un festival unique au monde, consacré aux fictions et aux documentaires qui nous parlent de l’état du monde d'aujourd'hui. Un festival qui invite à la rencontre entre la famille du cinéma et celle de la géopolitique, qui débattent sous l’œil intéressé du grand public. Des regards croisés entre artistes, spécialistes (chercheurs, journalistes, hommes politiques, militants d’ONG…) et citoyens pour humaniser notre perception du monde. Le FIFGG veut ainsi profiter de cet événement pour faire découvrir des talents venus de différents horizons et donner la parole aux artistes afin qu’ils exposent leur propre vision du monde.

Pour sa première édition, le festival aura lieu du 23 au 27 mars à Grenoble (Isère, France). Pendant ces 5 soirées, 10 projections de films et de documentaires sont programmées sur le thème des relations internationales.

Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM), l’une des premières écoles supérieures de commerce françaises, est le partenaire majeur du festival. Le cinéma d’art et essai Le Club et La Cinémathèque de Grenoble participent à la programmation du festival et accueillent les projections de films et de documentaires. La chaîne d’information internationale française France 24 ainsi que la radio mondiale RFI sont les premiers partenaires médias de ce festival.

Ali Laïdi est le directeur du Festival International du Film de Géopolitique de Grenoble (FIFGG), et une équipe de dix étudiants de Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM) est chargée de son organisation.

 

The FIFGG (Grenoble International Film Festival of Geopolitics) is a festival unique in the world, devoted to fictions and documentaries dealing with the current state of the world. This festival invites both worlds of the cinema and geopolitics to get together and debate in front of an interested public. Crossing artists’, specialists’ (researchers, journalists, politicians, NGO’s activists...) and citizens’ points of view, to humanize our perception of the world. Thus, the FIFGG wants to use this event to give artists from many backgrounds the chance to expose their own worldview.

For its first edition, the FIFGG will take place from the 23rd to the 27th of March 2011 in Grenoble (Isère, France). During these 5 evenings, 10 films and documentaries will be screened.

Grenoble Ecole de Mangement (GEM), a leading French business school, is the major partner of the festival. The art house cinema Club and La Cinemathèque de Grenoble participate in the festival program and welcome the films and documentaries. The French international news channel France 24 and Radio RFI are the first global media partners of the festival.

Ali Laïdi is the director of the International Film Festival of Geopolitics of Grenoble (FIFGG) and a team of ten students from Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM) is responsible for the organization.


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Grenoble International Film Festival of Geopolitics

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Festival presentation: 

The FIFGG (Grenoble International Film Festival of Geopolitics) is a festival unique in the world, devoted to fictions and documentaries dealing with the current state of the world. This festival invites both worlds of the cinema and geopolitics to get together and debate in front of an interested public. Crossing artists’, specialists’ (researchers, journalists, politicians, NGO’s activists...) and citizens’ points of view, to humanize our perception of the world. Thus, the FIFGG wants to use this event to give artists from many backgrounds the chance to expose their own worldview.

For its first edition, the FIFGG will take place from the 23rd to the 27th of March 2011 in Grenoble (Isère, France). During these 5 evenings, 10 films and documentaries will be screened.

Grenoble Ecole de Mangement (GEM), a leading French business school, is the major partner of the festival. The art house cinema Club and La Cinemathèque de Grenoble participate in the festival program and welcome the films and documentaries. The French international news channel France 24 and Radio RFI are the first global media partners of the festival.

Ali Laïdi is the director of the International Film Festival of Geopolitics of Grenoble (FIFGG) and a team of ten students from Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM) is responsible for the organization.

Festival Nickname: 
FIFGG
Edition: 
1
Theme: 
African Films
American Films
Arabic Films
Asian Films
Awards
British Films
Documentary
European Films
French Films
German Films
Human Rights
Independent
International
Italian Films
Japanese Films
Jewish Films
Latin American Films
Romance
Spanish Films
Underground
Youth/Teen
not specified
Category/Format: 
Documentaries
Fiction Features
Independant
Festival Info
Next Festival Dates: 
03/23/2011 - 03/27/2011
Is the Festival open to the public ?: 
Yes
Festival Submission
Film call for entry start day: 
01/01/2011
Film call for entry deadline: 
02/01/2011
Festival Contact
Festival Director Name: 
Ali Laïdi
E-mail for Webmaster: 
Festival Organization
Name: 
Eléonore Magnin
Address: 
62, rue Felix Esclangon
City: 
Grenoble
Zip code: 
38000
Country: 
France

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