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Key
ani = animated films
doc = documentaries
educ = educational films
exp = experimental/innovative
fant = fantasy films

flf = full-length features
gen = general subject matter
hor = horror films
ind = industrial films
kid = children's films

new tech = new technology
retro = retrospectives
sci-fi = science fiction
shorts = short films
vid = videos

TBA means date is yet to be announced.

Figures in parentheses before telephone or fax numbers represent the country code and area code.

ACCORDI@DISACCORDI OPEN AIR CINEMA FESTIVAL
(June 2010)
c/o Movies Event
Via Salvator Rosa
137/E - 80129 Naples, Italy
tel/fax: (39-81) 549-1838
e-mail: info@accordiedisaccordi.com
website: www.accordiedisaccordi.com
contact: Pietro Pizzimento
deadline: TBA
categories: ani, dig, doc, exp, newtech, shorts
formats: 35mm, VHS, 35mm
no fee
non-competitive
Fest organizers say: "Essay films that merit the attention of a larger public for their artistic and cultural content."

ARCIPELAGO - INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF SHORT FILMS & NEW IMAGES
(June 2010)
CP 6154
00195 Roma, Italty
tel: (39-63) 938-7246
fax: (39-63) 938-8262
e-mail: info@arcipelagofilmfestival.org
website: www.arcipelagofilmfestival.org
contact: Stefano Martina
deadline: TBA
theme: shorts only
categories: shorts, doc, ani, exp
formats: all
no fee
competitive
Fest organizers say: "'The oldest genre film festival in Italy.' Arcipelago - International Festival of Short Films and New Images is a project in progress with the aim of worldwide search and acknowledgement of the most original drives and of the most innovative film languages developing inside nonstandard audiovisual formats - starting with short films and including products belonging to the new 'digital domain'."

BOLZANO SHORTFILMFESTIVAL
(November 11-15, 2009)
Cineclub Bolzano
via Roen 6
Bolzano, Italy
tel/fax: (39-047) 127-2851
e-mail: info@operenuove.it
website: www.operenuove.it
contact: Giò Roseano
deadline: TBA
theme: short films with no dialogue, experimental short films
categories: ani, dig, doc, exp, gen, shorts
formats: DVD, BETA SP PAL
no fee
competitive
Fest organizers say: "There are three competitions: 40th Opere Nuove, 5th No Words, and 4th ShortFilmExperiment. The festival awards $5500 in prizes."

CAPALBIO CINEMA INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM FESTIVAL
(June 2010)
Associazione Culturale 3d
Casella postale n°31
Roma 169 – 00186
Italy
tel/fax: (39-06) 679-4925
e-mail: film@capalbiocinema.com
website: www.capalbiocinema.com
contact: Colin, Programmation
deadline: TBA
theme: short films
categories: shorts
formats: 16mm, 35mm (fiction)/all (animation)
no fee
competitive
Fest organizers say: “Capalbio Cinema is one of the leading short film festivals in Italy. From the first year blessed by our godfather Michelangelo Antonioni to the 15th year in 2008 (where the off-competition selection will showcase an hommage to Antonioni and a Focus on Norway), the festival set in a lovely medieval town of Tuscany shoring the sea has grown as an event where the intimate world of short films and the most renowned filmmakers of Italy and Europe can meet and create the future of films.”

CINEMADAMARE FILM FESTIVAL
(July 3 - August 16, 2009)
via Trionfale 156 00136, Roma tel: (39-06) 3975-4155
fax: (39-06) 3988-9813
e-mail: cinemadamare.com
website: www.cinemadamare.it
contact: Francesca De Lisi
deadline: May 31, 2009
categories: gen, shorts
formats: DVD
competitive
Fest organizers say; "CinemadaMare is the biggest gathering of international filmmakers in all the regions of South Italy."

CON I MINUTI CONTATI INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM FESTIVAL
(August 30 - September 10, 2012)
“Con i minuti contati”
Nicola Papapietro
Via Case Sparse n. 67
06036 San Marco di Montefalco (PG)
Italy
tel: 39 329 18 13 629 / 39 329 29 37 670 / 39 0742 37 79 84
e-mail: info@coniminuticontati.com
website: www.coniminuticontati.com
contact: Nicola Papapietro
deadline: TBA
theme: short films with a maximum duration of 15 minutes
categories: all
formats: DVD
no fee
competitive
comments: "Why short films? Because shorts have, like poems, the disarming ability to compress whole worlds in a few minutes. And then shorts are free: the short time that surrounds them is not a limitation for the stories they tell, but it amplifies messages and quality, imprinted indelibly in spectators' mind. Authors are required to subtitle foreign language films in Italian, or provide a list of dialogues in English included, thus allowing us to have them translated into Italian."

CORTI IN VALLE
(October 2009)
Piazza Roma, 2 - 23857
Valgreghentino (LC)
Italy
tel: (39-34) 160-4507
fax: (39-34) 166-0063
e-mail: valgreghentino@comune.valgreghentino.lc.it
website: www.comune.valgreghentino.lc.it
contact: Lodovico Anghileri
deadline: TBA
theme: two different sections: documentary to free topic; documentary with the topic: immigration and the encounter between the cultures
categories: doc
formats: DVD, VHS, DV Cam, MiniDV, MiniHD, DVHD, Super8, 16mm, 35mm
no fee
competitive
Fest organizers say: "The Corti in Valle (short in the valley) festival was born in 2001. It is a competitive festival for documentary product- about places, traditions, works, cultures and landscape of Italy - by a school or a single director. For 2007 edition section has been introduced dedicated to the topic of immigration and the encounter between the cultures."

ECOVISIONFESTIVAL
(May 2010)
via f.sco
Bentivegna, 51-57 Palermo
tel: (39-91) 332-567
fax: (39-91) 324-397
e-mail: caterinafalco@ecovisionfestival.com
website: www.ecovisionfestival.com
contact: Daniele Ottobre
deadline: TBA
theme: the environment
categories: ani, dig, doc, edu, exp, fant, flf, gen, kid, newtech, shorts
formats: DVD, Betacam SP
no fee
competitive
Fest organizers say: "The Festival will take place at the 'Botanical Garden', well known as one of the ancient wonders of the world. It will see the participation of filmmakers from all over the world in the field of audiovisual art engaging in the safeguard of the environment."

EUGANEA MOVIE MOVEMENT
(July 2010)
tel/fax: (39-338) 139-0277
e-mail: festival@euganeamoviemovement.it
website: www.euganeamoviemovement.it
contact: Federico
deadline: March 13, 2009
categories: ani, doc, shorts
formats: DVD, MiniDV
no fee
competitive
Fest organizers say: "Euganea Movie Movement is an international festival of short films and documentaries which takes place every year in July in the area of Colli Euganei near Padua. Its main concern is to provide visibility for Italian and Internations short movies and documentaries, as well as organizing screenings in the most evocative places of the area."

FAR EAST FILM FESTIVAL
(April 2010)
Via Villalta 24
33100 Udine, Italy
tel: (39-43) 229-9545
fax: (39-43) 222-9815
e-mail: fareastfilm@cecudine.org
website: www.fareastfilm.com
contact: Sabrina Baracetti
deadline: TBA
theme: popular Asian cinema
categories: retro, ani, flf, hor, fant, gen
formats: 35mm
no fee
non-competitive

FESTIVAL DEL CINEMA EUROPEO
(April 2010)
Via della Liberta
17-70033 Corato (Ba), Italy
tel: (39-80) 898-3825
fax: (same as above)
e-mail: artpromo@corato.net
website: www.europecinefestival.org
contact: Alberto La Monica
deadline: TBA
theme: "Dialogues"
categories: flf
formats: 35mm
no fee
competitive

FLORENCE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
(December 2009)
Tuscan Film Commission
Via San Gallo 25
Florence, Italy 50129
tel: (39-055) 282-974
fax: (39-055) 282-974
e-mail: info@newrenaissanceflorence.com
website: www.newrenaissanceflorence.com
contact: Elizabeth Monroy
deadline: TBA
theme: film shorts no more that ten minutes in length
categories: ani, dig, doc, edu, exp, fant, sci-fi, shorts
formats: Pal DVD
fee: 25 euros
competitive
Fest organizers say: "This is international student film festival for creative artists with vision! Films must be created while the student is enrolled in a film school or recognized film course. We will also be accepting film short by a select number of professionals who would like to be part of our The Future of Film and New Media Symposium."

GIFFONI FILM FESTIVAL
(July 2010)
Piazza Umberto I
84095 Giffoni Valle Piana
Salerno, Italy
tel: (39-89) 868-544
fax: (39-89) 866-111
e-mail: giffonif@giffoniff.it
website: www.giffoniff.it
contact: Claudio Gubitosi
deadline: TBA
categories: flf, kid, shorts
no fee
competitive
Fest organizers say: "The GFF is a non-profit organization specializing in cinema for pre-adolescent cinema."

HUMAN RIGHTS NIGHTS FILM FESTIVAL
(April 2010)
c/o Cineteca di Bologna
Via Riva Reno 72
Bologna, Italy
tel: (39-51) 219-4820
fax: (39-51) 219-4821
e-mail: info@humanrightsnights.org
website: www.humanrightsnights.org
contact: Giulia Grassilli
deadline: TBA
theme: Human Rights
categories: ani, doc, exp, flf, shorts
formats: 35mm, 16mm, BETA, DVD, VHS
no fee
competitive
Fest organizers say: "Human Rights Nights Film Festival presents transcultural cinematic expressions on the theme of human rights and represents film-makers who specifically use their camera as a tool for ‘visual resistance’ towards a better world."

VIDEO FESTIVAL IMPERIA
(April 2011)
Art Director Mr. Fiorenzo Runco
Video Festival Imperia
Strada Colla, 18 - 18100 Imperia
Italy
tel: (39-349) 596-5699
e-mail: international.relations@videofestivalimperia.com
website: www.videofestivalimperia.org
contact: Enrico Tasca, International Relations
deadline: TBA
categories: dig, doc, edu, gen, shorts
formats: DVD
no fee
competitive

I'VE SEEN FILMS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
(September 30 - October 9, 2010)
I’VE SEEN FILMS - Artistic Direction
Via dei Tulipani, 2
20146 Milano MI
Italy
e-mail: icfilms@rutgerhauer.org
website: www.icfilms.org
contact: PierPaolo De Fina/Giancarlo Zappoli
deadline: April 10, 2010
categories: ani, doc, exp, flf, shorts, vid
formats: Blu-Ray, HD-DVD or DVD (PAL)/Blu-Ray, HD-DVD or DVD (NTSC)
no fee
competitive
Fest organizers say: "With 231 works from 70 countries, and with more than 100 premieres, the I've Seen Films International Film Festival, founded by Rutger Hauer and organized by the non-profit organization Rutger Hauer Starfish Association in cooperation with the Comune di Milano Cultura, provides one of the largest and more innovative celebrations of film and culture in the world. All the International Competition’s selected short films are screened during the Festival’s 10-day period. The competition is judged by an international jury formed by many notable artistic talents and experts of the cinematography sector."

KIMERA FILM FESTIVAL
(May 2010)
via Muricchio, 1
86100 Campobasso
Italy
tel : (39-34) 7315-7032
e-mail: info@kimeracine.it
website: www.kimeracine.it
contact: Domenico Farina
deadline: TBA
theme: general with attention to fantastic
categories: ani, dog, doc, exp, fant, flf, gen, hor, newtech, sci-fi, shorts
formats: DVD, 35mm, DV
no fee
competitive
Fest organizers say: "The oldest Film Festival of Molise, the only one international. Formerly known as 'The Night of The Living Shorts'. The Festival is dedicated to all kinds of movies, shorts and features, with great attention to "Fantastic" cinema (horror, sci-fi, thriller and so on)."

L'ALBA DEI CORTI VIVENTI
(May 2010)
Kimera Cineclub
C/o Mimmo Farina
Via Francesco D’Ovidio, 22
86039 Termoli (CB)
Italy
tel: (39-34) 7315-7032
fax: (39-34) 087-571-4691
e-mail: info@kimeracine.it
website: www.kimeracine.it
contact: Mimmo Farina
deadline: TBA
categories: ani, dig, doc, edu, exp, fant, flf, gen, hor, ind, kid, newtech, sci-fi, shorts
formats: VHS PAL for preselections
no fee
competitive
Fest organizers say: "The first short movie festival of Molise. The audience will select the winners by a 6 months long public preselection. Only limitation is X-rated and 20' as max length."

THE LAND OF THE LIVING SHORTS: LA TERRA DEI CORTI VIVENTI
(May 2010)
Kimera Cineclub
Via F. D'Ovidio, 22
86039 Termoli (CB)
Italy
tel: (39-34) 7315-7032
fax: (39-08) 7571-4691
e-mail: info@kimeracine.it
website: www.kimeracine.it
contact: Domenico Farina
deadline: TBA
theme: shorts 20 minutes or less in length
formats: DVD
no fee
competitive
Fest organizers say: "The only short film festival in Molise (Italy). Audience Awards, Jury Awards, Animation Awards. Free Theme."

LUCANIA FILM FESTIVAL
(August 2010)
tel/fax: (39-83) 558-1135
e-mail: info@lucaniafilmfestival.it
website: www.lucaniafilmfestival.it
contact: Rocco Calandriello
deadline: TBA
categories: ani, doc, edu, shorts
formats: all
competitive
Fest organizers say: "LFF represents the consolidating of a social, economical and artistic project among the most interesting projects of the independent Cinema, and has become a talent scout. 6500 directors (with a public of around 50000) showed their works to the LFF in only 6 editions. The territory of Lucania, which is famous for the Sassi di Matera, Craco, the ghost city, the clayey canyons and the white town of Pisticci, is the main protagonist in the Kermesse/project. The community, the landscape and the whole territory make the LFF unique in its genre."

THE MAGMA SHORT FILM FESTIVAL
(August 2010)
Associazione Culturale Scarti
C.P. 186
95024 Acireale (CT)
Italy
tel : (39-34) 9786-9833
e-mail: info@magmafestival.org
website: www.magmafestival.org
contact: Alfredo Pulvirenti
deadline: May 5, 2009
categories: ani, dig, doc, exp, fant, gen, shorts
formats: Betacam, MiniDV, 35mm, 16mm; VHS for selection
no fee
competitive
Fest organizers say: "Magma is the most important Sicilian short film festival."

MAREMETRAGGIO SHORT FILM AND DEBUT WORKS FESTIVAL
(June 2010)
via Pozzo del Mare 1
Trieste
Italy
tel: (39-40) 322-4428
fax: (39-40) 322-3492
e-mail: info@maremetraggio.com
website: www.maremetraggio.com
contact: Michela Henke, Press Office
deadline: TBA
theme: short films
categories: ani, dig, kid, shorts
formats: Mini DV, Beta SP, 35mm, DVD
no fee
competitive

MILANO FILM FESTIVAL
(September 11-20, 2009)
via Paladini, 8
20123 Milan, Italy
tel/fax: (39-02) 713-613
e-mail: info@milanofilmfestival.it
website: www.milanofilmfestival.it
contact: Alice Arecco, Coordinator
deadline: May 31, 2009
categories: all
formats: all
no fee
competitive

NO WORDS SHORT FILM FESTIVAL
(November 11-15, 2009)
Cineclub Bolzano
Via Roen 6, 39100
Bolzano, Italy
tel/fax: (39-47) 127-2851
e-mail: info@operenuove.it
website: www.nowords.it
contact: Roland Lioni
deadline: TBA
theme: films/videos without dialogues
categories: shorts
formats: DVD, Beta PAL, VHS PAL, miniDV PAL
no fee
competitive

NOCICINEMA
(August 20-21, 2009)
p/o Vito Fusillo
via Giustino fortunato 1
70015 Noci (BA) - Italy
tel: 9219510
e-mail: giuseppenetti@hotmail.com
website: www.nocicinema.it
contact: Giuseppe Netti
deadline: TBA
theme: shorts
categories: shorts
formats: DVD , VHS, multimedia file
no fee
competitive
Fest organizers say: "Nocicinema is aimed to promote filmakers and short films in the Italian market. After the successful first edition, we are proud to confirm our commitment to this festival which will take place in Noci, a lovely small town in the south of Italy. Money prizes are assured to winners of the different films' categories."

NOIR IN FESTIVAL
(December 7-13, 2009)
Via Tirso 90
00198 Rome, Italy
Held in Courmayeur
tel: (39-68) 848-030
fax: (39-68) 840-450
e-mail: noir@noirfest.com
website: www.noirfest.com
contact: Giorgio Gosetti
deadline: TBA
theme: film noir
categories: doc, flf, shorts
competitive

PESARO FILM FESTIVAL
(June 2010)
Via Villafranca, 20
00185 Rome, Italy
tel: (39-64) 456-643/491-156
fax: (39-64) 91-163
e-mail: pesarofilmfest@mclink.it
website: www.pesarofilmfest.it
contact: Giovanni Spagnoletti, Director
deadline: TBA
categories: gen, flf, shorts, vid, ani, doc, educ, exp, new tech, retro
formats: 35mm, 16mm, vid (U-matic, Betacam)
no fee
non-competitive

PORDENONE SILENT FILM FESTIVAL
(LE GIORNATE DEL CINEMA MUTO)
(October 3-10, 2009)
Le Giornate del Cinema Muto
c/o La Cineteca del Friuli
Palazzo Gurisatti
Via G. Bini, 50
33013 Gemona (UD) Italy
tel: (39-43) 298-0458
fax: (39-43) 297-0542
e-mail: info.gcm@cinetecadelfriuli.org
website: www.cinetecadelfriuli.org/gcm/
contact: David Robinson, Director
deadline: TBA
theme: festival dedicated solely to silent cinema; this year's main retrospective is on Japanese silents
non-competitive

POTENZA FILM FESTIVAL
(December 2009)
Via Carlo Bo, 19 - 85100
Potenza (PZ), Italy
tel: (39-97) 1411-217
fax: (39-97) 1274-145
e-mail: info@potenzafilmfestival.it
website: www.potenzafilmfestival.it
contact: Antonello Faretta
deadline: TBA
categories: ani, dig, doc, exp, newtech, retro, shorts
formats: any
no fee
competitive
Fest organizers say: "The Potenza Film Festival is one of the more interesting festivals in South Italy dedicated to young and new cinema. Four Competions: International Short Films, Basilicata Shorts, International Videopoetry, International Phone Movies."

REGGIO FILM FESTIVAL
(May 2010)
Centro Audiovisivi Biblioteca Panizzi
via Farini 3
42100 Reggio Emilia
Italy
tel: (39-33) 5180-1861
e-mail: info@reggiofilmfestival.it
website: www.reggiofilmfestival.it
contact: Alessandro Scillitani
deadline: TBA
categories: gen, kid, shorts
formats: DVD
no fee
competitive

THE RETURN OF THE LIVING SHORTS
(May 2010)
Via Muricchio, 1
86100 Campobasso
Italy
tel: (39-47) 315-7032
fax: (39-87) 571-4691
e-mail: info@kimeracine.it
website: www.kimeracine.it
contact: Domenico Farina
deadline: TBA
theme: general for shorts; fantastic for features
categories: fant, flf, gen, hor, sci-fi, shorts
formats: DVD PAL, 35 mm, DV, mini DV
no fee
competitive
Fest organizers say: "The 5th edition of the biggest Festival in Molise. Made by Kimera Cineclub. Supported by the city of Campobasso and the district of Campobasso. Cooperation of U.I.C.C., University of Molise and RAI TV. Two sections (Shorts and features). For shorts there are two other sections (Animation and Fiction), with no subjects and with a maximum lenght of 20 minutes. For features, the subjet of the movies MUST be fantastic (horror, thriller, Sci Fi, etc.) and the minimum lenght is of 60 minutes."

RIMINICINEMA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
(September 2009)
Via Gambalunga 27
47037 Rimini, Italy
tel: (39-54)122-627
fax: (39-54)124-227
e-mail: cineteca@comune.rimini.it
website: www.comune.rimini.it
contact: Gianfranco Miro Gori
deadline: TBA
categories: gen, flf (including doc, exp), shorts (only for film students)
no fee
competitive

RIVER TO RIVER: FLORENCE INDIAN FILM FESTIVAL
(December 4-10, 2009)
Piazza Santo Spirito, 1
50125 Florence
Italy
tel: (39-55) 286-929
fax: (39-55) 284-983
e-mail: info@rivertoriver.it
website: www.rivertoriver.it
contact: Selvaggia Velo
deadline: September 30, 2009
theme: festival totally devoted to films from or about India, including also Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka
formats: 35mm, Betacam SP Pal, DVD
no fee
competitive
Fest organizers say: "Florence Indian Film Festival, the only film festival in Europe totally devoted to films from or about India. The film chosen by the festival audience will win the River to River DigiMovies Audience Award: up to 15 minutes of it will be on streaming for one year on www.digimovies.net

ROMA INDEPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL
(February 2010)
Riff-Via Po 134 int.1
00198 Roma, Italy
tel: (39-33) 8584-8704
fax: (39-23) 361-9206
e-mail: info@riff.it
website: www.riff.it
contact: Fabrizio Ferrari
deadline: rolling
categories: gen
formats: 35mm, 16mm, vid, DV
fee: $20 (shorts)/$35 (flf)
competitive
Fest organizers say: "Riff also presents a monthly screening series."

ROMAFICTION FEST
(July 2010)
Piazzale di Porta Pia, 121
00198 Rome, Italy
tel: (39-64) 423-0919 / (39-64) 424-9585
fax (39-64) 425-4882
e-mail: info@romafictionfest.it
website: www.romafictionfest.it
contact: Felice Laudadio, Director
deadline: TBA
categories: TV movie, mini-series, serials, docudrama
formats: DVD
no fee
competitive and non-competitive

ROME FILM FESTIVAL
(October 15-23, 2009)
Cinema. Festa internazionale di Roma
Via Flaminia, 330 - 00196
Roma, Italy
tel: (39-64) 543-8102
fax: (39-64) 543-8132
e-mail: filminfo@romacinemafest.org
website: www.romacinemafest.org
contact: Teresa Cavina
deadline: TBA
categories: ani, dig, doc, exp, fant, flf, gen, hor, kid, newtech, retro, sci-fi
formats: 35mm, video
competitive

SALENTO FEAR FILM FEST
(June 2010)
c/o CineSalento
Palazzo Gallone 2p.
Piazza Pisanelli - 73039 Tricase (Lecce)
Italy
tel: (39-83) 354-5037
fax: (39-83) 377-0030
e-mail: info@salentofearfest.com
website: www.salentofearfest.com
contact: Luigi Campanile, Director
theme: horror, thriller, sci-fi
deadline: TBA
categories: doc, flf, hor, sci-fi, shorts
formats: VHS (PAL or NTSC), DVD, 35mm, 16mm
fee: $30-$70
competitive and non-competitive
Fest organizers say: "In Salento, Italy, homeland of art, culture and nature, welcome and invite you to discover all the places of this wonderful land suspended from the Mediterranean Sea and stretched out east. We welcome all horror film lovers and filmmakers."

SALENTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
(September 4-13, 2009 in Tricase, Lecce, Italy)
C/O LAIFA
P.O. Box 93914
Los Angeles, CA. 90093
tel: (818) 955-1888
fax: (818) 248-1647
e-mail: info@salentofilmfestival.com
website: www.salentofilmfestival.com
contact: Luigi Campanile
deadline: TBA
categories: ani, doc, exp, fant, flf, kid, retro, sci-fi, shorts
formats: 35 mm, 16mm, Beta SP
fee: $50 (flf)/$40 (doc)/$30 (shorts)
competitive

SIENA INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM FESTIVAL
(November 2009)
via di citta, 27
53100 Siena, Italy
tel: (39-577) 236-373
fax: (39-541) 205-049
e-mail: short@comune.siena.it
website: www.cortoitaliacinema.com
contact: Piero Clemente, Director
deadline: TBA
theme: shorts
categories: shorts, ani, doc, exp
no fee
competitive and non-competitive
Fest organizers say: "The most representative short film festival in Italy, the only one with the Short Film Market."

TAORMINA FILM FESTIVAL
(June 2010)
Taormina Arte - Corso Umberto, 19
98039 Taormina
Italy
tel: (39-94) 221-142
fax: (39-94) 223-348
e-mail: info@taormina-arte.com
website: www.taorminafilmfest.it
contact: Deborah Young, Artistic Director
deadline: TBA
categories: ani, doc, flf
formats: 35mm; other formats like Beta SP only by agreement with the Festival director
no fee
competitive

TURIN INTERNATIONAL GAY AND LESBIAN FILM FESTIVAL
(April 2010)
Piazza San Carlo 161
10123 Torino, Italy
tel: (39-11) 534-888
fax: (39-11) 535-796
e-mail: info@turinglfilmfestival.com
website: www.turinglfilmfestival.com
contact: Luca Andreotti
deadline: TBA
formats: 35mm, 16mm, vid
no fee
competitive

UDINEINCONTRI CINEMA: FAR EAST FILM FESTIVAL
(April 2010)
Via Gregorutti, 25-33100
UDINE-Italy
tel: (39-432) 299-545
fax: (39-432) 229-815
e-mail: cec@cecudine.org/fareastfilm@cecudine.org
website: www.fareastfilm.com
contact: Dr. Sabrina Baractti, C.E.C. President
deadline: TBA
theme: Far East Cinema (Hong Kong, Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, Mainland China)
categories: all
formats: all
no fee
non-competitive

VENICE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
(September 2-12, 2009)
La Biennale di Venezia
Mostra del Cinema
Ca' Giustinian - San Marco 1364/A
30124 Venice, Italy
tel: (39-41) 521-8878
fax: (39-41) 522-7539
e-mail: cinema@labiennale.org
website: www.labiennale.org
contact: Alberto Barbera, Director
deadline: TBA
categories: gen, ani, doc, educ, exp, fant, flf, hor, ind, kid, new tech, retro, sci-fi, shorts, vid
formats: 16mm, 35mm, video, preferably VHS (PAL, SECAM and NTSC systems) or else UMATIC, BVU and BETACAM
no fee
competitive and non-competitive sections
Fest organizers say: "Films already screened in or out of competition at other international film festivals will automatically be excluded from competition."

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