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Torino Film Festival


The Torino Film


“Tomorrow marks the debut of the young people’s festival,” was the headline in the daily La Stampa on September 24, 1982. It was the birth of the Festival Internazionale Cinema Giovani, which later became the Torino Film Festival.

So, edition after edition, what has been defined as the main metropolitan Italian film festival, dedicated to young, independent cinema, the emerging directors and experimental movies, has grown up and become an adult.

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National Cinema


Among the most important in the world for the richness of the heritage and the multiplicity of its scientific and popular activities, the National Cinema Museum owes its uniqueness to the peculiarity of the exhibition layout.

Housed at the Mole Antonelliana, Turin’s symbolic monument, the Museum develops in a spiral upwards, on several exhibition levels, giving life to a spectacular presentation of its extraordinary collections and retracing the history of cinema from its origins to the present day, in a suggestive interactive itinerary.