The 25th Edition of FIFA:

This year’s International Festival of Films on Art (FIFA) projected some 275 films on all things related to the fine arts. The festival was well attended, with many of the films being screened to sold-out forums spread across the city. By the second week of the festival, the various screening locations had a somewhat lived-in feeling, and the environment was that of an open mind and genuine curiosity.

This year’s International Festival of Films on Art (FIFA) projected some 275 films on all things related to the fine arts. The festival was well attended, with many of the films being screened to sold-out forums spread across the city. By the second week of the festival, the various screening locations had a somewhat lived-in feeling, and the environment was that of an open mind and genuine curiosity.

Films were screened at major art museums, the Grande Biblioth

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