FICFA (Festival international du cinéma francophone en Acadie) is a festival that showcases films from the international Francophonie. FICFA was founded in 1987 and is held every year in the cities of Moncton and Dieppe, New Brunswick, Canada. In addition to a regular program consisting of approximately 35 features and 65 shorts, FICFA also has a dedicated media arts expo, showcasing gallery installations, video and vj performances.

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Films must be in French and/or the country of origin must be a member or observer of the Organisation internationale de la Francophonie (for details regarding the Organisation: https://goo.gl/abBuXO).
Films that are not in French must have French subtitles.
Films made before 2017 are not eligible.
Every film genre is admissible.