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Tenth edition of the Rome Film Festival: 16th to 24th October

Tenth edition of the Rome Film Festival: 16th to 24th October

The Rome Film Festival celebrates its ten year anniversary. Compared to other film festivals, it is certainly the more recent, but every year the Auditorium’s Festival of Cinema is getting more and more important.

The 36 films in the official selection this year come from various parts of Europe and the world, from China to Brazil, from Italy to Russia, serving to learn from and appreciate the big screes from diverse backgrounds and styles. Other than the films to be shown, many darlings of the public will come to the city. Among the stars expected this year: Jude Law, the hansome and talented British actor expected on the red carpet of the Auditorium Music Park on Saturday October 17th.

There will be, among others, Carlo Verdone and Paola Cortellesi, the master of Italian suspense Dario Argento, Wes Anderson, Renzo Piano and Riccardo Muti, who by their presence will pay homage to the tenth edition of the Rome Film Festival.

If you love film and want to attend the event scheduled from Oct. 16th until 24th, you only have to book a B&B in Rome to get your good night’s sleep after days filled with emotions. Apart from films in the competition, many interesting tributes to some unforgettable stars and international filmmakers: from Ingrid Bergman to Virna Lisi, from Kubrick to Pasolini shall be held in various theaters of Rome syncing with the event: the Cinema Aquila in Pigneto, Trevi in the city center, and the MAXXI.

For the little ones do not miss the exhibit dedicated to Pixar Animation Studios, from Toy Story to the current Inside Out in program at one of the theaters of the Auditorium, the Theatre Studio Gianni Borgna, while for those who love Italian cinema of the 50s and 60s there will be an exhibition dedicated to Antonio Pietrangeli, scheduled for free admission at the Sala Trevi, Vicolo del Puttarello, 25.

There really is something for everyone at the Rome Film Festival this year. Do not miss out!

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