International Environment Film Festival

The International Environment Film Festival (FiCMA) was first held in 1993 and, since then, it has been held every year, uninterrupted.

Through the official categories (short and feature length documentaries) and sections such as The Little FiCMA or World Views, the festival shows and defends “the environment is a human right”, a common asset that is important in our lives and to the planet.

In 2000 FiCMA received the Prince’s Award, which is awarded by the European Community’s European Environment Agency and the Prince’s Award Foundation. In addition, it is part of the United Nations Environment Programme, and the festival is exported to countries in Latin America.