FIVS Tunisia International Festival 2022: 7 Algerian films selected

Tunisia will organize the international awareness video festival next August. An event that will bring together all content creators aiming to raise awareness in several areas, around the world. And this, with the aim of promoting some human but also cultural values.

For this year, Sousse the Tunisian city intends to host this festival between August 12 and 14, 2022. Thus, hundreds of content creators have tried to participate in this international event, to try to exhibit their achievements.

FIVS 2022 Tunisia: mass participation in the second edition

Indeed, for its second edition, Tunisia recorded about 1026 applications and 263 videos from 33 countries in the world. On the other hand, only 179 entries were selected to exhibit their works in the international awareness video festival.

Among these selected films, there are four in favor of each of Egypt, Palestine and India. And three for Libya, Mauritania and Morocco. For the rest of the countries participating in this second edition of the international awareness video festival. In particular, Mexico, Colombia, the USA, Germany, France and others, the latter will participate in this event with only one film.

International Festival of Awareness Videos: record participation for Algeria

Moreover, with regard to Algeria, it marked a record participation. Indeed, 35 creators have registered to participate in this second edition. And these are seven works that meet the requirements for participation in both competitions. In particular that relating to “Citizenship”, but also that called “To consume Tunisian”.

Behind his Algerian achievements, is positioned each of the creators: Salah Boufellah, Khelifa Wissam, Rafik Mebrak, Brahim Dendan, Mohamed Sassi Benaoudia, Mustapha Benghernout and Ahmed Bensoula. This is confirmed by the Arabic speaker Ennahar.

This second issue has the participation of several world-renowned creators. In particular, the big winner of the previous edition. Namely Nacer Eddine Rakm.

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