List of film festivals in Italy

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This is a list of film festivals in Italy.


Name Est. City Type Details Website
4 Film Festival
A Film for Peace/Un Film per la Pace Festival 2006 Gorizia International The film, documentary or fiction, must focus on the theme of peace, wartime conflict, civil war or human rights.
Borderlands International Film Festival
CinemadaMare Film Festival 2003 Annual festival for amateur youth filmmakers
Circuito Off Venice International Short Film Festival Venice Special interest
Fantafestival 1981 Rome Special interest Annual festival of science fiction, horror and thriller films.
Far East Film Festival 1999 Udine International The largest showcase of Asian Cinema in the West, held annually at the end of April.
Festival del Cinema all'Aperto "Accordi @ DISACCORDI" 2000 Naples Special interest
Annual three months outdoor Film Festival
Festival dei Popoli Florence Special interest Annual international documentary festival.
Festival Internazionale Cinema delle Donne Turin
Flaiano Film Festival 1974 Pescara International Held annually. Prizes: films, foreign film, interpreters male and female roles, male and female interpreters, not actors, directors, photographers, editing, soundtrack, set design, costumes. Special jury prize for best film debut. Career award.
Giffoni Film Festival 1971 Giffoni Valle Piana International One of the largest film festivals for kids, held annually in July, with short films and features from around the world.
Le Giornate del Cinema Muto - aka: Pordenone Silent Film Festival 1982 Pordenone International The world most important film festival dedicated to silent cinema, held annually during the first week of October.
Io Isabella International Film Week 2005 Special interest Spotlights the work by and about women, particularly documentaries.
Montisi Italian Film Festival 2013 Montisi Special Interest Enjoy a mixture of Italian Masters, Italian Contemporary Directors and New Talents.
Mostra Internazionale del Cinema di Pesaro
No Words International Short Film Festival Special interest
Opere Nuove Festival Nazionale del Film Corto
Ravenna Nightmare Film Festival 2003 Ravenna Special interest Annual horror festival.
Rimusicazioni Festival Special interest Add a new soundtrack to an old silent movie.
Roma Independent Film Festival Rome Special interest
Rome Film Festival Rome Held annually in October.
Salento Film Festival 2004 Tricase International Film Festival devoted to international independent cinema. Held annually in September and world tour; Salento Film Festival Hong Kong
Taormina Film Festival 1955 Taormina International Held annually. Three separate competitions: Mediterranea, Beyond the Mediterranean and Sicilian Short Film Competition, among a selection of the most important productions of the year.
TOHorror Film Festival 1999 Torino International Annual horror and fantastic festival.
Trento Film Festival 1952 Trento International Film Festival devoted to mountains, exploration and adventure. Held annually at the end of April
Trieste Film Festival - Alpe Adria Cinema 1989 Trieste International The leading Italian event on central and eastern European cinema, held annually on the thirst week of January.
Trieste International Science Fiction Film Festival (Science Plus Fiction) 2000 Trieste Special interest
Torino Film Festival 1982 Turin International Held annually in November
Turin International Lesbian & Gay Film Festival Turin
Venice Film Festival 1932 Venice International The world's oldest film festival, it is held annually in late August or early September on the island of the Lido.
Video Festival Imperia 2006 Imperia International Held annually in April.

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