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The fifteenth edition of the International Oceanian Documentary Film Festival ended on a high note with the traditional awards ceremony for the professionals, jury and guests. The public was able to take advantage of the last screenings up until 5 PM on Sunday. For the...

The awards ceremony for the 15th FIFO took place on Friday, February 9. The film Making Good Men won the Grand Prize of the FIFO 2018.     “In speaking of Oceania, the writer Le Clézio said it was an invisible continent. With the 15th FIFO, we have...

A professional workshop on virtual reality took place on Wednesday morning. In the driver’s seat: Alex Lee. The program: how has virtual reality impacted the film industry? How to do VR? How to produce it? Tomorrow, how do you make money in this sector? Tomorrow is...

The event baptized “Window-on-short docs,” organized Monday evening at the Maison de la Culture’s Grand Théâtre, focused on short documentaries. This novelty of the 2018 selection has already found its audience. “I think I will vote for the documentary on mangroves,” says Vaea Deplat as she...

The documentary Pouvana’a, ni haine ni rancune by the film director Jacques Navarro-Rovira follows the historian Jean-Marc Regnault, and his the research work on the politician Pouvana’a a O’opa. For both of them, there is no longer any doubt, Pouvana’a was a victim of reason...

Eric Lavaine, French filmmaker and President of the FIFO jury, will discover French Polynesia through this 15th edition. Interview with a filmmaker whose leitmotif is: humor and the story of men and women.   “Like most Europeans, my perception of French Polynesia is probably based on clichés....

FIFO is continuing its journey, whether in the islands or preparing for the next event. While the Festival teams travel around the Polynesian islands armed with images from FIFO to remote populations, the FIFO Association opens registration for the 2017 edition – the 14th already!   For...