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Festival du Monde Arabe de Montréal

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Festival du Monde Arabe de Montréal also known as Festival du Monde Arabe (FMA) (in English Arab World Festival of Montreal, in Arabic مهرجان العالم العربي في مونتريال) is a major annual cultural festival in Montreal, Quebec, Canada dedicated to the arts of the Arab World. It was established in 2000 by Joseph Nakhlé and produced by "Alchimies, Créations et Cultures" and serves to develop a dialogue between Arab and Western cultures. Diversified in its nature, it covers many forms of arts including dance, music, theater, multidisciplinary arts, visual arts and medias. Each year a major theme is chosen. Annual themes have included #2000: Journées 2000 #2001: Tentations #2002: Vous avez dit arabe? #2003: Dévoilée #2004: Razzias #2005: Harem #2006: Prophètes rebelles #2007: Espace Zéro #2008: Liaisons andalouses #2009: Mémoires croisées #2010: Arabitudes #2011: Charabia #2012: Utopia #2013: Tribales #2014: 15 folies métèques #2015: Hilarus Delirus #2016: Aurores #2017: Les trois' saison
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