TIZI-OUZOU – The 17th edition of the National Amazigh Film Festival (FCNFA) kicked off, Thursday, at Kateb Yacine Regional Theater in Tizi-Ouzou, in the presence of the Minister of Culture, Azzedine Mihoubi, and local authorities.
The opening ceremony at Kateb Yacine Regional Theater was marked by the screening of the short film “Banc Public” by the late Djamel Allam. A film produced in 2012 and honored with the Golden Olive of its category at the 13th edition of FCNAFA.
In his opening address, the Minister welcomed the holding of this 17th edition which, he said, “is devoted to the cultural dynamism”, which characterizes the wilaya of Tizi-Ouzou.
“We have decided to give more help, as much as possible, to the different cultural events organized here in Tizi-Ouzou, a city that breathes culture,” pointed out the Minister.
Twenty-three productions, four feature films, ten short films, six documentary films and three animated films in different Amazigh variants: Kabyle, Chaouie and Mozabite, are planned in competition for the Golden Olive, the highest distinction of this festival which will run until March 4th.
Four (4) conferences on cinema animated by Salim Aggar, Said Ould Khelifa, Ali Mouzaoui and Ahmed Bedjaoui, are also planned during this festival.
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