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Time has come to send us your new film for the next TFF. Submissions are open till September 6th.
36th Torino Film Festival Official Awards
The winners of the sections TORINO36 e TFFdoc (Internazionale.doc, Italiana.doc, Italiana.corti) of this 36th Torino Film Festival were announced this evening. Whereas the jury of Fipresci award assigned the prize for Best Film to OIKTOS / PITY by Babis Makridis, while the Cipputi Award for Best Movie on Work goes to NOS BATAILLES by Guillaume Senez
The reruns of this 36th Torino Film Festival
The reruns of the awarded films of this 36th Torino Film Festival, starting at 2.00pm in the three theaters at Cinema Massimo. Tickets instead will be available at the ticket office outside Cinema Massimo starting at 1pm on Sunday morning.
The winners of the Collateral Awards of TFF36
This evening the Collateral Awards of this 36th Edition of Torino Film Festival will be assigned during a ceremony held at Cinema Reposi.
Torino 36: Vargur/Vultures by Börkur Sigþórsson
A rough and perturbing noir, which shows without filters the dark side of a society - the Icelandic one - too often naively idealized.
Torino 36: Marche ou crève by Margaux Bonhomme
The directorial debut of a young photographer, able to courageously support an unpopular look on a difficult theme such as disability.
Torino 36: Rossz Versek/Bad Poems by Gàbor Reisz
A comedy with comic tones on the impossibility of being happy signed by the Special Jury Award and the Audience Award at TFF 2014.
A tribute to Bernardo Bertolucci on Sunday December 2nd
A day dedicated to the late director, at the Cinema Massimo. In collaboration with Cineteca di Bologna, Minerva Raro Video and the National Cinema Museum of Turin.
Torino 36: Oiktos/Pity by Babis Makridis
An intimate and visually refined dark comedy about the management of pain. Second work of Babis Makridis.
Torino 36: Temporada (Long way home) by André Novais Oliveira
The suburbs of a Brazilian city is faced with an affectionate look, overcoming the stereotypes.