Afric'art Progress – The mirror of African cinema


[FESTIVAL DE CANNES -2023] At the Afriques Pavilion: “film training in Africa” also on the agenda

  Flyer – From May 16 to 27, 2023, the 76th Cannes Film Festival will be held at the Palais des Festivals in Cannes. And, to coincide with this major international event, the 4th edition of the Pavillon Afriques, founded by Karine Barclais, will be held from the 16th to the 25th of this month, amidst the beautiful melodies and dazzling colors of 7th art creations. As the unrivalled representative of the African continent and its diaspora at the Marché du Film, the Pavillon Afriques will erect its tent in the Village International to promote the richness of African cinema – with nearly fifty-six countries connected from five continents and nearly three thousand participants – as well as being a showcase offering players in the 7th art access to the resources of the global film industry.

Karine Barclais, femme d’affaires, fondatrice du Pavillon Afriques.

Karine Barclais, Businesswoman, Founder of Pavillon Afriques.

So, at the fourth edition of the Pavillon Afrique, the Cannes-based association Saphir PanAfrica woman Glam ship, chaired by Aïda Diop, in partnership with the Afric’Art Progess association founded by young Binetou Faye, is organizing a panel discussion on Thursday May 18 at 11:30 a.m. on : “The challenges and opportunities of film training in Africa”, with a presentation of the AFRIC’ART EDUC project.  

Binetou Faye, Founder of Afric’Art Progress.

Aïda Diop will act as moderator for what promises to be fruitful exchanges with the main speakers.

Aïda Diop, the panel moderator