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Brussels Independent Film Festival
|Genres:||animated, documentary, experimental, short|
|Accepted formats:||35 mm, Beta, DV|
The Festival du Film Indépendant shows 100 films or videos from 60 different countries, including many European or world premieres and special screenings. Born in 1974 from the Super8 movement, it has since become open to many other formats. The aim of the festival is to allow all filmmakers that do not fit the classical canvas of visual media to find a place of expression. In 1992, the festival for the first time opened an international competition for films by deaf directors and in 2003 added a competition for films directed by hearing directors about the world of the deaf.
39th edition of the FIFI - Festival International du Film Indépendant: November 2012.
The festival is open to all forms of creation without exception. However, works that neglect human dignity, propagate racial hatred or segregation between human groups will be refused. The festival includes an international competition. Prizes will be awarded by an international jury of audio-visual specialists. Those prizes aim at drawing the attention on particular qualities of some productions. Several exhibitions will be organised, as well as some special sections: information (not in competition).
Brussels Independent Film Festival Centre Multimédia
1B, rue du Mérinos
1210 Brussels back