FiSahara 2014: sharing Sahrawi stories at the world's most remote film festival

12. října 2014 v 9:33
As the great and the good of the world's film industry prepared to descend on Cannes last week, a very different film festival was coming to a climax deep in the Sahara desert.Far from the red-carpeted Mediterranean opulence of the Croisette, the Sahara International Film Festival - known as FiSahara - took place in a sun-baked refugee camp deep in the Algerian desert. What it may have lacked in glittering VIP premieres and champagne-fuelled yacht parties, FiSahara made up for in spades with dune parties, camel races and multiplex-sized screenings beneath the stars.Now in its 11th year, the FiSahara film festival attracted over 300 international actors, screenwriters and cinephiles, alongside thousands of Sahrawi refugees exiled from their native Western Sahara for nearly four decades. читать книги литрпг
 

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