Torino Film Festival
Mrs. Emanuela Martini
Mr. Luca Andreotti
Torino Film Lab - Content Manager
Mrs. Olga Lamontanara
Year of Foundation 1982
Event Date from 22 November 2019 till 30 November 2019
in Torino, Italy
Sections Torino 37 (International Feature Films and Documentaries Competition), Festa Mobile (non-competitive section), After Hours (non-competitive section dedicated primarily to genre films, horror movies, science fiction, film noir, midnight movies, "nocturnal" filmmakers and B movies), Onde (non-competitive section that focuses on new and experimental works in world cinema, without limitations of length, format or support), TFFdoc (competitive), Italiana.corti (Italian Short Films Competition), Spazio Torino (Regional Competition), Tributes and Retrospectives, Special Screenings.
The TorinoFilmLab (backed by the festival) is a a year-round laboratory supporting emerging talents from all over the world working on their first and second feature films, through training, development and funding activities. For further information, visit www.torinofilmlab.it.
Terms of Entry First and second films are eligible for competition; completion after 1 September 2016, no prior screening in Italy, no prior participation in the competition of Cannes, Berlin and Locarno (features), shorts by invitation only and up to max. 40 min.
Genre Educational, Erotic, Film Noir, Mystery, Horror
Subtitles English subtitles necessary
Format 16 mm, 35 mm, DCP
Registration Deadline 06 September 2019
Attendance Figures 78,000
Participants of the Film Industry about 50 producers & buyers and 50 festival scouts
Prizes/Awards Torino 35: Best Film, Best Actress/Actor, Special Jury Prize.
Documentary Competition: Best International Documentary, Best Italian Documentary, Special Jury Award.
Italiana.Corti Competition: Best Film, Special Jury Award.
Spazio Torino: Best Film.
Ciputti Award (best film about the working world)
TORINO 36 - Competition
THE MOVER (ATLAS) by David Nawrath (23/5 Filmproduktion)
A Moveable Feast
DAS BOOT by Andreas Prochaska (DE/US, Bavaria Fiction, Sky Germany)
A Moveable Feast: Lunga vita a Ermanno Olmi!
THE PROFESSION OF ARMS (DER MEDICI-KRIEGER) by Ermanno Olmi (IT/FR/DE/BG, TaurusProduktion)
HIGH LIFE by Claire Denis (DE/FR/GB/PL/US, Pandora Film)
ONE OR TWO QUESTIONS by Kristina Konrad (DE/UY, weltfilm)
THE POWER OF EMOTION (DIE MACHT DER GEFÜHLE) by Alexander Kluge (Kairos-Film)
WHAT TIME IS LOVE by Anna Franceschini (IT/DE/NL)
Onde – ArtRum
I DO NOT CARE IF WE GO DOWN IN HISTORY AS BARBARIANS by Radu Jude (RO/CZ/FR/BG/DE, Komplizen Film)
Number of Films Shown about 300 films from 27 countries
Media Coverage strong response from Italian press and international trade papers, over 450 journalistsSpecific Characteristics Recognized by FIAPF (International Federation of Film Producers Associations) as Competitive Spezialised Feature Film Festival. The winner of the short film competition automatically qualifies for the OSCAR competition for the Best Short Film.
Evaluation Turin is presenting a festival with a focus on young and unconventional cinema. However, not only new international cinema in all its forms (DVD, experimental) is presented, some sections with retrospectives and tributes give the audience an impression of film history as well, and the festival is equally popular with the general public as with film professionals. The festival is a good support for distribution and marketing in Italy and frequently also offers a good international platform for films.