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From the Cannes Film Festival to the Football World Cup, CFI assists journalists from southern hemisphere countries in covering the largest and most important cultural and sporting events. Until now, for reasons of cost and organisation, few professionals from the southern hemisphere would travel to cover all of these events. However, the general public increasingly wants to share in these important members and to see familiar faces when watching coverage.
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Canal France International (CFI) has arranged for 8 bloggers from the West Bank and the Gaza strip to the 8th edition of the Women’s Forum (10 to 12 October in Deauville, France), to help them cover this international event.
For Rio+20, media cooperation operator CFI is setting up a training-production workshop, in partnership with the United Nations and support from Lufthansa Star Alliance, for 10 African journalists to cover the world conference in Rio.
On the occasion of the 65th edition of the Cannes International Film Festival, CFI brings together an international editorial staff made up of 7 journalist/bloggers from the South and Caucasus (Togo, Uganda, Madagascar, Egypt, Tunisia and Georgia).
One of CFI’s aims as a media cooperation operator in Africa is to help its TV partners with the production and distribution of audiovisual content.
Fatoumata Coulibaly, director at the Mali state broadcasting corporation (ORTM) participated in the CFI training course on producing portraits of African photographers.
In 2011, the Institut Français, the French operator in favour of cultural initiatives abroad, is yet again joining forces with the Mali Ministry of Culture to implement the 9th edition of the Bamako gatherings.
Discover the impressions of the beneficiaries of training.
Three French professionals seconded to the event.