| Round Table
In a globalised world, national cinema productions are not all on an equal footing. Why, in certain countries, do audiences see films that deal with their own culture? Why, in other countries, do audiences prefer foreign films? In a context where visual forms are accessible to everyone at any time, what might be the new value of the filmmaker, his vision, and the way he distances himself from reality? What are the differences between fiction and realistic cinema? This round table will attempt to answer these questions.