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The renowned cinema exhibition of Turin called Torino Film Festival is back again with its successful 28th edition. The festival has become on Friday 26th November and it will end on Saturday 4th December.
Here are some numbers of the festival: 234 titles among 3700 movies selected (among short and full-length movies) 30 world premieres, 23 international premieres, 9 European premieres and 73 Italian premieres.
As usual, the TFF is a cultural event promoting youth and the new trends of cinema. Such a cinema exhibition wants to encourage the brand new cinema, art film, historical film and the most experimental and innovative works of international background. So, where are the new talents? Let’s find out them together in some of the sections of the festival:
The section 28th Torino Film Festival is only reserved to the authors of the first, second or third work and it represents the main competitive section of the festival with 16 new-production movies, never seen before in Italy.
Festa Mobile – Figure nel paesaggio: a section gathering about 30 inedited titles in Italy, the most representative works belonging to the International cinema of 2010.
Festa Mobile – Paesaggio con figure: 26 titles of short and full-length movies which shows the difference between a fiction film and a documentary film and in the meantime, destroy it.
Rapporto Confidenziale: it is a section dedicated to one of the most favorite genres in International cinema: the horror genre, which is coming back to life through the works of young film directors, who face the genre with very different themes and languages.
Onde is an area in which it is possible to discover the different techniques and expressions of contemporary cinema and it includes 12 full-length films and 11 short films.
The cinemas in Turin hosting the festival’s movies are: Ambrosio Cinecafè, Multisala Greenwich Village, Multisala Cinema Massimo and Cinema Nazionale.
In addition, this year the Torino Film Festival has set up two important personal retrospectives: one regarding 38 works created by John Huston between 1941 and 1987, and the other dedicated to Vitalij Kanevskij,the director who was born in 1935 in Vladivostock.
Among the many directors in this edition are: John Carpenter, Clint Eastwood, Bernard Rose, Danny Boyle, Michael Nyman, Susana De Sousa Dias, Christophe Honoré, Paz Fábrega, Tonino De Bernardi, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Jeon Kyu-hwan, Zhao Ye, Julio Hernandéz Cordón, Constantin Popescu, Szabolcs Hajdu, Sophie Deraspe.
So guys, you have time until Saturday 4th December for going to Turin and enjoy the treasures of Torino Film Festival 2010.
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