The International Film Festival on Art (FIFA) is pleased to announce the launch of a new online platform this fall, with a separate and exclusive content offering dedicated to all forms of art on screens.
Building on the popular success of its 38th edition, which was held in virtual mode in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, FIFA has decided to consolidate its online presence by offering a year-round and pan-Canadian distribution platform. FIFA wants to remain an essential portal on art, culture and creativity and to highlight a wide variety of works, from documentary films on art, fiction on art, biographical films, recordings of shows and artistic performances, media art, experimental works or art videos.
It will also give a special place to Quebec and Canadian productions, as well as films about artists from Quebec and Canada.
“This initiative of the International Film Festival on Art aims to bring people together, serving all audiences and the artistic community. We actively want to collaborate with filmmakers, producers, distributors and artistic partners who want to promote high-quality works that are still not accessible today because of a lack of distribution systems. We want to put our knowledge and expertise at the service of our community. said Philippe U. del Drago, FIFA’s Director General and Artistic Director.
Information on subscription rates, online catalogue and other relevant information will be released this fall.