We are delighted to announce the remaining filmmaker tributes featured at the 51st FEMA (Friday, June 30 – Sunday, July 9), as well as the opening of online ticket sales and accreditation requests.
FEMA pays tribute to Kaouther Ben Hania, the talented Tunisian director of The Man Who Sold His Skin, who returns to present her works, deeply rooted in life and social satire, including her latest film, Four Daughters, in Competition at Cannes and previewing at FEMA. Together with her, we celebrate Tunisian women filmmakers, from Moufida Tlatli and Raja Amari to the new generation that has blossomed after the Arab Spring: Leyla Bouzid, Erige Sehiri, Sonia Ben Slama…
— Read the article in Télérama
Michaela Pavlátová, a Czech director and figure in contemporary animation who emerged from the 1970s’ feminist animation movement, will present My Sunny Maad, awarded the 2023 César for Best Animated Film, and her short films, in which she addresses sexuality, marriage, and sexism with humor and whimsy.