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Marseille Festival of Documentary Film

Marseille Festival of Documentary Film
Location Marseille, France
Language International

Marseille International Festival of Documentary Film (in French the Festival international du documentaire de Marseille of FIDMarseille) is a documentary film festival held yearly since 1989 in Marseille, France. The festival awards grand prizes in international and national categories.[1] The 2009 competition featured 20 documentaries in the international category and 14 in the French category. [2]

Past winners of the grand prize of the international competition include Chantal Akerman's Là-bas (co-winner 2006), Eduardo Coutinho's O Fim e o Princípio (co-winner 2006), Simone Bitton's Wall (2004) Tie Xi Qu: West of the Tracks (2003), In Public (2002), Patricio Guzmán's Le Cas Pinochet (2001). [3][4]


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