Festival

Venues

Toward the end of November – the period when the Festival takes place – Turin’s downtown becomes a flurry of film lovers, industry insiders, aficionados, and passing spectators, all participating in the event.

It’s the moment of the “TFF people”: an inquisitive public focused on a “serious and cheerful” festival, as it was dubbed by Nanni Moretti, the festival’s director in 2007 and 2008.

Cinema

Massimo - MNC

Maria Adriana Prolo, the founder of the Cinema Museum, believed that screenings should be a fundamental aspect of a museum’s mission and setup. And today, Turin’s Cinema Museum can count on a cutting-edge multiplex, the Cinema Massimo – MNC, located at via Verdi 18, just a few steps away from the Mole Antonelliana.

The cinema has been managed by the Museum since 1989; it was completely restructured and updated from a technological standpoint and inaugurated on January 24, 2001. The three cinemas in the multiplex have recently been named Cabiria, after the masterpiece directed by Pastrone and the first blockbuster in the history of cinema; Rondolino, after the university professor and the founder of the Torino Film Festival; and Soldati, the director and author from Turin. Besides hosting the Torino Film Festival, it is a natural venue for other city festivals, such as CinemAmbiente, Lovers Film Festival (both organized by the Cinema Museum), and Sottodiciotto.

Address
Via Verdi, 18, Torino

How to get there
Bus and tram: 13, 15, 18, 55, 56, 61, 68

Multiplex

Reposi

Constructed in 1946 by Amedeo Reposi, whose father, a true pioneer, was already involved in cinematography back in 1906, for over fifty years the Reposi was one of the most prestigious theaters in Italy, thanks to its 2,700 seating capacity, its egg-shaped interior with a retractable ceiling, and many avant-garde solutions, such as ramps, instead of stairs, to access the orchestra and balcony seats.

Transformed into a multiplex in the late 1990s, but always located in the heart of the city, this historical theatre has been completely renovated and is able to satisfy the new demands of the public, thanks to its seven screens and the modernization of all its technical and projection equipment.

The Reposi was one of the Torino Film Festival cinemas for many years, up until 2002. It once again began welcoming the movies and the public of the TFF in 2011, confirming itself – thanks to its 7 cinemas – as one of the historical and still vital venues of the manifestation.

Address
Via XX Settembre, 15, Torino

How to get there
Bus eand tram: 4, 11, 15, 55, 57, 58, Star1

Cinema

Classico

Inaugurated on August 27, 2014, the Cinema Classico is an elegant art house cinema in the heart of Turin. Located under the porticoes which frame Piazza Vittorio Veneto, this updated cinema can be found where the Cinema Empire used to be. It is a reference point for quality cinema, offering movies in their original language and dubbed.

During the Torino Film Festival, the Cinema Classico will host the screenings reserved to accredited members of the press.

Address
Piazza Vittorio Veneto, 5, Torino

How to get there
Bus and tram: 13, 15, 55, 56, 61

Piazza

TFF

This year at 37TFF cinema buffs and movie lovers can enjoy a new dedicated hang out: Piazza TFF. Located strategically on the ground floor of the Mole Antonelliana (Via Montebello 20), it will open on Nov. 23th, with free entrance, from 9.30 am to 9.30 pm everyday. Accreditation owners will receive a 20% discount at the local coffee bar/cafeteria and a 15% discount on the book “Da Caligari agli zombie”, curated by Emanuela Martini, at the nearby Bookshop. And more: panels, books and movies’ debuts, live radio shows with RAI Radio 2, RAI Radio 3 and Fred Radio.

Address
Via Montebello, 20, Torino

How to get there
Bus e tram: 13, 15, 16, 18, 55, 56, 61, 68

Temporary offices

and Press conference room

Each year, Turin’s Rai Production Center, located on via Verdi, hosts the headquarters of the Torino Film Festival for the duration of the event. Located in the city center, a few steps away from the Mole Antonelliana and the Cinema Massimo – MNC, it not only houses offices and television and radio studios, it is also the home of the Radio and Television Museum.

The festival’s temporary offices are located at via Verdi 14, and are open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

On November 21, the Accreditation Office at via Verdi 14/a will be open to collect prepaid accreditation passes from noon to 6 p.m. From November 22-30, this office, like the other offices, will be open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Lastly, the press conference room will be located at via Verdi 16, at the Radio and Television Museum. Starting November 22, the calendar of encounters, open to journalists and the public will be available at the cinemas and the accreditation office, and on the TFF website.

Address
Via Verdi, 14, Torino

How to get there
Bus and tram: 13, 15, 18, 55, 56, 61, 68

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