FID 2021


The festival will be held this year from 19 to 25 July in several venues in Marseille centred around La Canebière.

Competitions and Other Gems

International Competition, French Competition Française, First Film Competition, Flash Competition , Cnap Prize, GNCR Prize, Alice Guy Prize, Renaud Victor Prize, Meta Cultural Foundation Prize, Marseille Espérance Prize, Highschool Prize, Air France Audience Prize.
Other Gems, non-competitive films in parallel screens.
Nearly 130 films to be seen in theatres during 7 days in Marseille.
Access to the online video library for badge holders.

Festival venues

Screening venues grouped around La Canebière, in the city centre.
Open-air screenings.
The FIDBack, a convivial place to meet for a drink or a meal.

Public reception

Professional and press accreditations, public pass.
Online ticketing.
In order to protect the health of everyone and to respect the sanitary provisions in the framework of the fight against COVID-19, we have decided to use dematerialized accreditation and ticketing tools again this year. It is therefore compulsory this year to request and pay for your badge and to buy your tickets online.

FID is also :


FIDlab is a workspace around selected film projects in response to an international call, to offer directors the opportunity for dynamic meetings with producers, support funds, broadcasters, distributors.

Each year, 10 international projects are selected, without criteria of format, duration, subject, fiction and documentary, whether at the stage of writing, development or post-production.

The 13th edition of FIDLab will take place online from June 14th to 18th !


Created in 2013, the FIDCampus is, during the festival, a week-long residency, training and exchange programme for students from partner art and film schools and young international filmmakers.
Each year, ten to fifteen young filmmakers are selected on the basis of their latest film and their motivation and participate in an intense training programme.
In partnership with the Mucem (Museum of Civilisation and the Mediterranean).