The Western Sahara International Film Festival (FiSahara), the world’s most remote film festival, will host a special screening this Saturday September 26th during the closing day of the 63rd Edition of the San Sebastian International Film Festival. The two films selected from FiSahara’s XII edition, which took place this past April 29-May 3, are Iara […]
The 12th edition of the world’s remotest film festival – held in a refugee camp deep in the Sahara desert – ended last tonight with a star-studded red carpet ceremony at which the acclaimed documentary, Granito: How to Nail a Dictator, scooped the top prize: a white camel.
The award for the film, which documents the search for justice […]
Film stars Viggo Mortensen, Oona Chaplin and Ariadna Gil will be among hundreds of actors, directors and international visitors who will join thousands of refugees for the 12th edition of the world’s most remote film festival. Held in the Sahrawi refugee camps deep in the desert, the Western Sahara International Film Festival – known as […]
Pedro Almodovar tells London audience he is “a great supporter” of desert festival
The 12th edition of the Western Sahara International Film Festival – known as FiSahara – will take place from 28 April until 3 May 2015 in the Sahrawi refugee camps deep in the Sahara desert, in Southwestern Algeria.
Described by Javier Bardem as “little […]
Would you like to live an unforgettable experience at one of the most remote and magical film festivals in the world? Do you want to spend a week with an incredible people and share their dream of freedom? If you do, the FiSahara experience is for you. We have now confirmed our 2015 dates! From […]
Human Rights Film Network releases Setting Up a HHRR Film Festival, an inspiring guide for film festival organisers from all over the world. FiSahara on the cover and in a case study.
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the network, and as a response to the proliferation of new human rights film festivals sprouting all over […]