32nd FIFE (Paris, FRANCE) – February 3-10, 2015

Since its creation, the Fife wishes to give awareness, to inform, and to show the fragility of our planet. Cinema is an amazing media to show the efforts taken by those men and women who fight against fatalism and look for solutions.
The International Environmental Film Festival will be back from the 3rd to 10th February 2015 with 101 films, 20 web documentaries that will echo individual and collective initiatives destined to fight and move our world forward.

This year, a part of the programming, debates and meetings will be focused on climate, a major stake for 2015 with the Campaign against Climate Change (COP21). Other programs about global warminganimalsrouting of watersolidary initiativeshealth and environment and urban strolls will be scheduled. A focus on the United States will also be proposed.

The Fife will still offer more debates and meetings, a philosophy workshop, thematic evenings and Eco Kids afternoons for children.

Before releasing the official programming, the Fife is happy to announce two special worldwide Premieres, Freedoml’envol d’un aigle, a film that will celebrate the 10 years of Ushuaïa TVand Black Harvest, a gold rush set in the 21st century. The families will be reunited for the animated movie Gus Petit Oiseau, Grand Voyage, presented for a special screening.

This year, inside the official competition, 9 awards will be offered, from 1.000 to 10.000 euros. The Official Jury will be led by filmaker Martin Provost.

Trailer of the Festival :