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Fifo Festival in Tahiti

11th Oceanian Televisions Symposium

From Tuesday to Friday from 8am to 12pm :Projection of the films in competition -Petit Theater

From Tuesday to Saturday from 8am to 5pm :Doc Zone screening on demand

Each year, the Oceanian Televisions Symposium is highly anticipated, it is the only meeting of television and radio stations management in the Pacific region. These professionals gather around a leitmotif: the promotion of Oceanian audiovisual.
A theme is then articulated around the sharing of experiences and collaborations are created. This intellectual synergy and the establishment of a common regional strategy encourages Pacific television stations to give priority to Pacific productions in their program schedules. In this 11th edition, professionals and participants from the audiovisual world will meet and exchange their experiences around the following themes: digital documentaries, audiovisual archives and documentary or fictional TV series.


Tuesday 7th February - from 2pm to 4.30pm - Marquee

Documentaries are an essential genus for television and their own development is intimately linked to this same world of television... What is the future for documentaries with the continuing development of digital media? What are the challenges ahead?


Wednesday 8th February from 2pm to 4pm - Marquee

In these digital times, what are the issues that we face in the field of audiovisual archiving? Far from being mutually exclusive or restrictive, these issues can complement and enrich the field of potential broadcasts. John Gabriel Minel, Head of the Development and Operations Section, for the French National Audiovisual Institute and member of the Executive Committee of the International Federation of Television Archives will develop the lines of thinking indispensable for an in depth examination of these issues.


Thursday 9h February - from 2pm to 4pm - Marquee

For the last 3 years, the FIFO and ATPA have organised meetings between aspiring project promoters, who have just 10 minutes to convince and seduce potential distributors, producers and broadcasters. This year, the pitch dating exercise is preceded by two mornings of master classes organized by ATPA to prepare the project’s pitchers.


Friday 10th February - from 2pm to 4pm - Marquee

Television series, whether factual or fiction, are developing, leading to new uses, new expectations. What are the potential issues and constraints?

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Natasha Gadd and Rhys Graham