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While the second edition of the Estates General of Festivals will be held on June 28, the Minister of Culture announced the creation of a €30 million fund for festivals that strive to maintain their 2021 edition.
Organisers of the inaugural film festival hosted by the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ) and the Piton International Film Festival (PIFF)-Africa 2021 have said all was set for the official opening of the show this Friday via virtual platform.
The State, local authorities and inter-municipalities have decided to act together so that a real festival season can take place in 2021, after a year 2020 which deprived us of these events which are essential for the artists, the audiences, the teams and the territories which often live to the rhythm of festivals.
Pasifika festival organisers will receive additional support to adapt to the COVID-19 environment thanks to the Government’s newly launched ‘Lua Wave’ component of the Pasifika Festivals Initiative, Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Carmel Sepuloni announced today.
If the year has been difficult for independent festivals throughout Quebec, the pandemic has allowed the birth of new initiatives that could even become permanent.
TWENTY THREE (23) film entries from 11 African countries have been selected to participate in the inaugural edition of the PIFF-Africa 2021 Film Festival. The festival which is a partnership between the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ) and the Piton International Film Festival (PIIF) will run virtually from the 13th to the 23rd of May 2021.