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The FID (international documentary film festival)

Cultural, Festival, Cinema at Marseille
  • Who’s FID ?

    A festival to what end? To share with the public today’s cinemas.Yes, the cinema harbors a plural, a plurality of forms, formats, lengths, approaches and gazes. A unique moment when directors from all over the world nourish our...
    Who’s FID ?

    A festival to what end? To share with the public today’s cinemas.Yes, the cinema harbors a plural, a plurality of forms, formats, lengths, approaches and gazes. A unique moment when directors from all over the world nourish our present with all they have.

    FIDMarseille has its roots in documentary films. This reminds us that our inspiration is reality, but does not allow us to forget that this earth is home to many different worlds and even more ways of bearing witness to them. This testimony is a necessity, an urgency. It is in our consciences that we must find the courage, the precision, the joyful conviction, to express these realities. Unexpected, daring, pertinent, rebellious, as surprising as our world knows how to be, this is the kind of cinema that the FID is excited to champion.

    The 24th edition of FIDMarseille will take place from 2 to 8 July 2013 in more than 10 locations in Marseille: cinemas, theatres, galleries, libraries and outdoor venues. Around 150 films will be presented, for the most part premieres, in a rich programme made up of the official selection (international competition, national competition, competition of first films), parallel programming, round tables, exhibitions and concerts.

    The 5th edition of FIDLab, an international platform for co-production support, will be held on 4 and 5 July 2013.

    Venues
    La CRiéE Théâtre National Marseille
    30 Quai De Rive Neuve, 13007 Marseille

    Cinéma les Variétés
    35 rue Vincent Scotto, 13001 Marseille

    Maison de la Région PACA
    61, La Canebière, 13001 Marseille

    BMVR Alcazar
    44, Cours Belsunce, 13001 Marseille

    Associated venues: MuCEM, Théâtre Silvain, Galerie Où, Galerie Agnès b., Espace Culture, La Compagnie, etc.

    Pass

    Festival pass: €60 (€45 concession rate)
    Pass for 10 screenings: €50
    Pass for 5 screenings: €25

    Pass for 10 films screened as part of the Pier Paolo Pasolini retrospective: €25 / €30
    Accessible for disabled
  • Environment
    • Close to a public transportation
    • Bus stop < 500 m
    • Station district
    • Landing stage less than 500 m
    • Bus station under 300 m
    • Close to pleasure port
    • Close to a motorway
    • Subway station < 500 m
Schedules
Schedules
  • From July 22, 2021 until July 26, 2021
    Opened Everyday
  • * Dates to be confirmed