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    Berlinale's World Cinema Fund
 Supports Distribution Of Lauded Algerian Doc 'Fidaï'' w/ Grant

    Berlinale's World Cinema Fund
 Supports Distribution Of Lauded Algerian Doc 'Fidaï'' w/ Grant

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    Review: 2013 Berlinale World Cinema Fund Selection 'Fidai'

    Review: 2013 Berlinale World Cinema Fund Selection 'Fidai'

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    TIFF Capsule Review: 'Fidai'

    The ways of international film financing can be obscure, as demonstrated by the French-Algerian-Chinese documentary “Fidaï” from director Damien Ounouri, who managed to get Chinese auteur-par-excellence Jia Zhang-Ke (“Still Life”) on board as an executive producer (there’s a little of Jia’s approach to documentary here). The formally assembled and beautiful non-fiction feature, shot on crisp digital video, chronicles the story of Med El Hadi Benadouda, the filmmaker’s great-uncle, who was a Fidaï, or mujahideen soldier without a uniform, during the Algerian Revolution that sought to liber...

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