Battiston & Fresi, Best Actors at Torino Film Fest

The jury of Torino 37 - International Feature Competition headed by Cristina Comencini (Italy) and composed by Fabienne Babe (France), Bruce McDonald (Canada), Eran Riklis (Israel), Teona Strugar (Macedonia), bestowed the top prize to Iceland's HVÍTUR, HVÍTUR DAGUR / A WHITE, WHITE DAY by Hlynur Pálmason.

Torino Film Fest: “Citizens of the World” by Gianni Di Gregorio

A happy trio of sprightly 70-something have a plan: moving abroad where their meagre pension might be worth something, where starting a brand-new life, possibly a livelier one. 

“Il grande passo”: Battiston and Fresi, dream brothers

Giuseppe Battiston is the protagonist of the only Italian film in competition at this year’s Torino Film FestivalIl grande passo by Antonio Padovan. The co-protagonist is Stefano Fresi

Torino Film Lab awards three Italian projects

November 23rd hosted the ultimate party at Torino Film Lab: 16 awards and a special mention bestowed to as many film projects divided into specific categories with dedicated juries. Altogether, the awarded projects got development, production and distribution funds for a total of 437 thousand Euro.

Italian films at the 37th Torino Film Festival

A comedy Mazzacurati-style stands among the 15 films selected for the main competition of the Torino Film Festival dedicated to first, second, and third features that express at best the new tendencies in independent cinema.

Cinema Italian Style with Bellocchio, Favino, Igort and Santamaria

Cinema, fashion, culinary excellence, and social commitment will be the protagonists of the 15th edition of Cinema Italian Style, the event promoted and organized by the American Cinemateque and Istituto Luce-Cinecittà

Alice and Alba Rohrwacher at MoMA

A tribute to two careers, two visionary paths through contemporary international cinema. That’s what the MoMa in New York and Istituto Luce-Cinecittà envisioned and organized with “The Wonders: Alice and Alba Rohrwacher

Cinecittà: a landmark space for the audiovisual arts

An immersive and visionary museum to be inaugurated in Cinecittà by collecting the audiovisual heritage of Luce, Rai Teche, and the Cineteca Nazionale: that’s MIAC – Italian Museum of Audiovisual Arts and Cinema.

The exhibition at MIAC

MIAC, the new Italian Museum of Moving Images is opening in the Cinecittà studios in December. A place to recover or discover our collective imaginary, where visitors will get to know and live the history and evolution of the most powerful art, born over one century ago: the audiovisual