Fédération panafricaine des cinéastes (FEPACI)
Pan African Federation of Filmmakers
1970 Carthage Tunisia
Promote development of cinematographic culture and African cinema in the field of education to reinforce social, economic and cultural independence of the African people; foster a spirit of solidarity among African film makers; assist in establishment and improvement of technical infrastructures in Africa; cooperate in undertaking film production and adopt a standard agreement on joint film production among African countries; work for promotion, distribution and utilization of African film throughout the African continent and in the world; interest African and international partners in every aspect of African cinema development.
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Congress (every 4 years); Federal Bureau; Executive Bureau. Regional Councils; Regional Divisions (6): Northern; Western Zone 1; Western Zone 2; Central; Eastern; Southern.
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