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IFAS News & Events 06/06/2019

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Fête de la Musique

8 June 2019 | 11.00 - 18.00
Newtown Cultural Precinct | Johannesburg

Six stages, eight hours, 20+ acts… all for mahala

The energising power of live music will fill the streets of Newtown on Saturday 8 June 2019, when the Fête de la Musique brings yet another unforgettable day-long party to the streets of Joburg’s cultural heartland. Bring the family along, park safely at Newtown Junction, and come and enjoy an afternoon of fun, music, food and festivities as Joburg turns out in force to celebrate the unifying power of music – for free – across six indoor and outdoor stages that will feature more than 20 exciting South African, French and international music acts between 11am and 7pm. It’s Jozi’s ultimate winter warmer!
Find all the information on the artists and the day on our sites below!

The Fête de la Musique is presented by the Alliance Française of Johannesburg and the French Institute of South Africa (IFAS), with the support of Total South Africa and in partnership with Bassline Live, the Market Theatre Foundation, Trace, Newtown Junction, Workshop Newtown and News Café.


Encounters South African International Documentary Festival

6-16 June 2019 | Cape Town / Johannesburg

This year celebrates the 21st edition of the Encounters South African International Documentary Festival. The festival supports the documentary genre in its different forms, including increasing opportunities for emerging talents as well as established professionals. As partner of the Festival, IFAS is inviting Catherine Bizern, artistic director of “Cinéma du réel - Festival international du film documentaire” (from Centre Pompidou in Paris). She will meet directors and filmmakers from the continent and will be part of the “Festival Strategy Panel” on Saturday morning along with the programmer of Munich Dok Fest, Barbara Off.  

More information


Annecy Festival

10-16 June 2019 | Annecy | France

The Annecy International Animation Film Festival and its Market (Mifa) is the major international event for over 11 000 industry professionals. More than 200 films from all over the world have been shortlisted to take part in the official selection this year.
IFAS, in partnership with Tshimologong, the NFVF (National Film and Video Foundation) and The Animation School, will be supporting the South African animation industry at the Festival. One of the highlights of the festival will be the signature of a partnership between Tshimologong and Les Gobelins (School of images Gobelins) to develop educational exchange between the two institutions.
Annecy Festival


DJ Monique @ Pussy Party

12 June  2019 | Kitchener’s Carvery Bar | Johannesburg

The Paris-based artist Raphaël Gribe Marquis, aka DJ Monique, will be giving you the best vibe from the iconic Parisian voguing house of Ninja. Join us at the famous Pussy party, the incubator for women and queer DJs based in Johannesburg. The event will be preceded by DJ workshops.
In partnership with Pussy Party and Broaden A New Sound.


Music | Dance

Vogue Nights Jozi

14 June 2019
The Third Place | Newtown | Johannesburg

IFAS is participating in Vogue Nights Jozi to redefine South African queer culture, with the famous French dancer Lasseindra Ninja and French DJ Monique participating in this inclusive and intersectional nightlife project. Originating from the LGBTQ community in the late 1980s, Voguing is a form of modern dance characterized by photographic style poses integrated with angular, linear and rigid movements inspired by the model poses of Vogue magazine. Come and strike a pose!

The Third Place



12 June 2019 | 19.00

Dibuka Cinema Loft @ AF Johannesburg

by Mia Hansen-Løve (2014, 2h11 min, Drama)
Paul, a teenager in the underground scene of early-nineties Paris, forms a DJ collective with his friends and together they plunge into the nightlife of sex, drugs, and endless music. 


Junior Film Critics

15 June 2019 | 11.00
Dibuka Cinema Loft @ AF Johanneburg

This Youth Day, make sure your voice is heard!
Learn to become a junior film critic with fun activities around visual language, with our animator Muriel Huet. As an aspiring young critic, we want to know what YOU think! The short films to be screened are Alike; Bouts en train and Un bisou pour le monde.
Open to children 7-12 y/o;  Workshop in both French and English
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