FIFA comprises several official sections. All films and projects included in the 35th FIFA were approved by a selection committee. Of the over 900 films submitted, less than 200 were retained.
The best international films on art or inspired by art. Bold and irreverent, these films epitomize the festival’s cutting edge.
The cream of today’s international and national films on art. Art in all its forms and movements. Literature, photography, visual arts, music, architecture and design, counter-culture.Partners :
This out-of-competition section curated by Nicole Gingras features a number of singular, unclassifiable works related to experimental cinema and video art. Each in their own way, they encompass formal innovations and exploratory modes of narration or association. This year’s edition spotlights two major figures in Canadian video art, in addition to presenting an eclectic mix of previously unreleased short and feature-length films that disrupt preconceived notions about identity, memory, creation and the processes underlying it.
An invitation to discover the latest techniques used in creating documentaries on art, including virtual reality, the web and interactive projections in theatres. With FIFA, you can immerse yourself in the new worlds of art, culture and counter-culture.