FIFO 2024

The FIFO village

1-  RECEPTION 8.30am to 4.30pm, from Tuesday until Sunday

As soon as you enter the site, our team will be there to guide you and inform you.
You will find: the screening program, the terms of registration to the audiovisual workshops and the programme of meetings and debates on the paepae a Hiro.


1- SHOP & TICKET OFFICE 8.30am to 4.30pm, from Tuesday until Sunday

 The FIFO shop offers for sale:

• festival posters,
• t-shirts and tank tops of the 21st FIFO, 

• a series of up-cycled products: bowls, kits and totes,
• discounted t-shirts and posters from previous edition.

In the evening, the ticket office and the shop are moved to the Grand Théâtre lobby.


2- CASTING & FAUX-TO-SHOOT 8.30am to 4.30pm, from Tuesday until Sunday

Are you comfortable in front of the camera? You want to take the leap? Meet at the CASTING booth and try your stage performance and ease in front of the camera. The casting program is available on our website. A photoshoot booth will also be organized by our team to keep a nice memory of your visit to the FIFO. Strike a pose for the time of a photoshoot and embody the FIFO posters of the last 20 years.


3- BLACKPEARL FACTORY 8.30am to 4.30pm, from Tuesday until Sunday

As a VR development, 3D modeling and video game creation outsourcing studio, Blackpearl Factory is guided by the belief that every creative impulse deserves to take shape. Imagination becomes tangible, each achievement harmoniously reflecting the alliance of technological innovation and creative ingenuity. Come and discover their creations and the digital and 3D creation techniques. Find out more on our website.


4- POLY3D 8.30am to 12pm, from Tuesday until Friday

Poly 3D is a video game creation school, located at CCISM in Papeete.
The curriculum is post-baccalaureate and allows students to acquire in 3 years solid foundations in 3D modeling and animation, programming, character-design, computer graphics and video editing. Come and meet the students and their teacher who will make you discover their sector and their universe in an interactive way. Find out more on our website.


5- POLYNÉSIE LA 1ère 8.30am to 1.30pm, from Tuesday until Friday

The station will install an ephemeral set and the hosts invite you to discover their profession.


6- SKOODA 8.30am to 4.30pm, from Tuesday until Sunday

Polynesian school of coding and digital training. Founded three years ago, Skooda is a leading educational institution in Polynesia, specializing in coding and digital skills. Offering workshops, internships and training programs for all ages, Skooda stands out for its accessible and inclusive approach. With a qualified teaching team, the school offers training courses ranging from website creation to video game design. Partnerships with companies in the sector offer learners practical opportunities, making Skooda a key player in training the next generation of creators and innovators in Polynesia. Free mini-workshops accessible to the general public will allow you to discover and learn while having fun! Find out more on our website.

 7- CEMEA 8.30am to 12pm, from Wednesday until Friday

This year again, the CEMEA will offer fun and interactive manual workshops around cinema and FIFE, including a specific family programming on weekends (see P.37) More information and registration on our website.

8- TE FARE NATURA 8.30am to 12pm, from Wednesday until Friday

The Moorea Eco-Museum detaches part of its teams on the village of FIFO. Come and participate in the workshops to discover the Polynesian ecosystems in a fun way. You can also participate in a trip immersed in our Polynesian nature thanks to virtual reality headsets.

More information and registration on our website.

9- TAHITI VOD 8.30am to 4.30pm, from Tuesday until Sunday

In the adult library of the Maison de la Culture, 2 self-service computers will allow you to discover and explore the video content platform. Tahiti VOD offers local programs: documentaries, clips, archive editing, shows, programs of all kinds, shot in the fenua. A way to go back in time to the 40s to discover or remember memories with a touch of nostalgia sometimes.

10- WORKSHOPS from 9am to 12pm & from 1pm to 4pm, Monday to Sunday

Every year, FIFO promotes local audiovisual creation through free workshops.

• Creation of a storyboard, facilitated by Nyko PK16
• Filming and editing of a short film, facilitated by Nyko PK16
• TV reporting, facilitated by Are Raimbault
• Creation of a documentary synopsis, facilitated by Ève-Chems De Brouwer
• From selfie to poetic self-portrait, facilitated by Virginie Raba
• Introduction to digital painting, facilitated by Hoanui and Poly3D School

A 12-hour writing workshop (4 sessions of 3 hours each) is also open for application:
• Guidance in creating a series bible, facilitated by Sydélia Guirao
Send your application explaining your project and motivation to [email protected].
Deadline: January 30, 2024.

These workshops are free, but registration is mandatory. Find access and registration details on our website. Limited spots.

11- THE MEETINGS in the afternoons, from Tuesday to Thursday 

The FIFO is an opportunity for exchanges around films in theaters, as well as roundtable discussions on societal or industry themes. These discussions take place on the paepae a Hiro and are open to all.