The 36th Torino Film Festival will dedicate retrospectives to Powell & Pressburger and Jean Eustache.Two generations of filmmakers, two styles of filmmaking, two apparentlycontrasting visions yet both match the diverse spirits of the Torino Film Festival.
Time has come to send us your new film for the next Torino Film Festival. Submission's open from march 1st
Confirmed by the Museo del Cinema Management Board for the next two years.Next edition will take place from November 23 to December 1, 2018
The 35° Torino Film Festival, that was held from November 24th to December 2nd 2017, has grossed 250.000 euros and it confirms its importance in the Italian film festivals scenario.
A heartfelt thanks to all the volunteers who contributed in making this edition of TorinonFilm Festival amazing and we renew the appointment for next year from November 23rd to December 1st 2018!
This evening the Collateral Awards of this 35th Edition of Torino Film Festival were assigned during a ceremony held at Cinema Reposi.
The reruns of the awarded films of this 35th Torino Film Festival, starting at 2.30pm in the three theaters at Cinema Massimo.Tickets instead will be available at the ticket office outside Cinema Massimo starting at 10.00am on Sunday morning.
The winners of the sections TORINO35 e TFFdoc (Internazionale.doc, Italiana.doc, Italiana.corti) of this 35th Torino Film Festival were announced this evening. Whereas the jury of Fipresci award assigned the prize for Best Film to Armando Iannucci's The Death of Stalin, while the Cipputi Award for Best Movie on Work goes to Lorello e Brunello by Jacopo Quadri.
During this 35th edition of Torino Film Festival, the director Davide Ferrario presented his documentary Cento Anni at Museo Nazionale del Risorgimento Italiano.
The collaboration with the students of DAMS, Università degli Studi di Torino, and the photographers of IED was renewed also for this year of Torino Film Festival! Thanks to everyone for the wonderful job!