Past Event

Documentary directed by Éric Caravaca.

Doors: 7 PM
Screening: 7:30 PM
Tickets: $11.75 (seniors and students: $9.50)
FIFF Namur passport: $20 (includes access to all three events of the series)
Taxes and fees included

Where: Space A (1st floor)
Cabaret format

As part of the Festival international du film francophone de Namur at the Phi Centre, showcasing the best of the Belgian festival.

Nicole Gillet, FIFF Namur general delegate and filmmaker Jean-François Caissy will be present to introduce the film.


French actor Éric Caravaca confronts a mystery: what happened to his parents' first child, Christine, who died at age three in Algeria, before he was born?

Director: Éric Caravaca
Year: 2017
Duration: 67 minutes
Rating: TBD

Audience Award, Documentary
FIFF Namur, 2017
Nominee - Golden Eye
Cannes, 2017
Nominee - Best Documentary Film
César, 2018

Be sure not to miss out by getting your FIFF Namur passport, which gives you access to all three events of the series.

Photo (cover): courtesy of FIFF Namur

Created in 1986, the Festival International du Film Francophone de Namur is a festival dedicated to French speaking films, reflecting francophone diversity from Europe, Canada and Africa.

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