Belgium / Brussels honours Mediterranean cinema

The Brussels Festival du Cinéma Méditerranéen, or “Med” for the initiated, celebrates its 17th edition from December 1st to 8th.   70 films of every kind and from many countries will be offered in this year’s selection, including 9 being shown for the first time. This year more than ever “Med” honours women, whether through …

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France / Short films about handicap to be shown in Marseilles’ old port

From December 7th to 9th Marseilles is hosting the 3rd Festi’Life, the international festival of short films about handicap. Organized by the Marseilles town council, 33 short films from 14 different countries will be shown to the public at the Théâtre de La Criée in the old port. Poetic documentaries, gentle animations or close-to-the bone …

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PriMed proud to present Manon Loizeau’s film “Syrie, le cri étouffé”.

As part of the 21st PriMed, Manon Loizeau was at Marseille’s Bibliothèque de l’Alcazar on Thursday November 23rd to present her film. The Centre Méditerranéen de la Communication Audiovisuelle (CMCA), the festival organizer, is proud to have shown this heart-rending documentary about a situation as intolerable as it is revolting. The PriMed jury awarded it …

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Special Report / 10 documentaries win awards at the 21st PriMed

The 21st PriMed set a new record: more than 6,000 spectators attended, more than 2,500 sixth form students participated, and a list of excellent films received awards for the best in documentary film-making about the Mediterranean. 25 documentaries, television reports and web-documentaries were selected for the 2017 PriMed, the Prix International du Documentaire et du …

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France / 21st PriMed: a week of free screenings!

PriMed, the Festival of the Mediterranean in images, celebrates its 21st year from the 19th to the 25th of November in Marseille. A week of excellent Mediterranean documentaries, full of surprises – take a look at the programme. Created in 1994, PriMed (Prix International du Documentaire et du Reportage Méditerranéen) presents every year in Marseille …

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Tunisia / The JCC 2017 reveal their award winners

The 28th Journées Cinématographiques de Carthage (JCC), a festival of African and Arab cinema films, ended on November 11th in Tunis with an award ceremony at the Théâtre Municipal. While the majority of Tanit d’Or were won by films from sub-Saharan Africa, North African films nevertheless did well, convincing the various juries: drama, chaired by …

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France / cinematunisien.com launches a call for films

To prepare for several screenings in Paris during 2018, the association cinematunisien.com has just opened a call for films on its web-site. Primarily it is looking for short documentaries or dramas, produced during or after 2016, for screenings scheduled between February and April 2018. The association is also looking for short documentaries or dramas for …

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