Interviews

FIFO 2014 is nearing its end… With a scarf around her neck, a hoarse and tired voice after an intense festival week, Miriama Bono, organiser of FIFO for the third year, discusses the 11th FIFO with us...

‘First Footprints’: new revelations at the heart of humanity  Australia’s Real History ‘First Footprints’ is the start of a new history Australia: a unique patrimony, crucial for comprehending the Aboriginal people.  Through the depths of humanity, directors Martin Butler and Bentley Dean recount the history of...

Piata Gardinier: our recommendation! Piata Gardinier is one of the youngest directors at FIFO: at 25 years old she is here to present two non-competition documentaries: ‘Rupene Mare’ and ‘Te Hono Ki.’ Each story has an original theme. The first addresses links between the culture and...

Amy Taylor: documentary is a humane adventure Amy Taylor has always been passionate about dolphins. A marine biologist by training, this young woman had no hesitation in going back to study cinema and natural history, so as to better understand and, above all, film her...

A call for action for a suffering youth. A valuable lesson in humility is what Cécile Tessier-Gendreau took away from her ‘humane adventure.’ For this investigative reporter, directing Ananahi, demain was a real life experience. ‘Things do not look the same after that,’ she confided during...

Nickel, trésor des Kanak: is New Caledonia’s political and economic independence underway? That is the question… One word to describe this extensive documentary about the situation faced by the Kanaks regarding nickel: sacrifice, but a sacrifice taken on by the population who exploit the Koniambo massif...