18 Settembre 2023

TFI 2023: the accreditations to take part in the 6th edition are open. Early Bird prices until the 30th of September.

TFI Torino Film Industry will be back next November with its 6th edition which will take place from Thursday the 23rd to Wednesday the 29th of November, in conjunction and synergy with the 41st edition of the Torino Film Festival.

The activities offered by the 3 longstanding “Main Partners” and founders of the initiative, which is to say Film Commission Torino Piemonte, TorinoFilmLab by the National Museum of Cinema, and Talents & Short Film Market, are once again confirmed, to which goes to add the program of the 3 “Partners Event”: the reconfirmation of IDS Italian Doc Screenings, and the new arrivals: Lovers Goes Industry and onLive Campus.

Promoted by the Piedmont Region and the City of TurinTorino Film Industry will offer a week of pitching sessions, panels, workshops, and one-to-one meetings, all accessible with a single accreditation.
It will be TFL Italia’s program (organized by TorinoFilmLab) to kickstart the works, along with the activities of LOVERS GOES INDUSTRY, which will move forward with the PRODUCTION DAYS organized by Film Commission Torino Piemonte and, to follow, with ONLIVE CAMPUS, TSFM vol. 8 (TALENTS AND SHORT FILM MARKET, formerly known as Torino Short Film Market) and IDS ITALIAN DOC SCREENINGS.

Prices and timing:
-    Early Bird: € 10 (from September 15 to September 30)
-    Regular: € 20 (from October 1 to October 31)
-    Late: € 30 (from November 1 to November 13)

You are encouraged to verify the prices and timing reported above, pointing out that it will NOT be possible in any way to buy the accreditation on-site.
To buy the accreditation and be able to participate in all the events organized by the three “Main Partners” and the three “Partners Events” that make up TFI Torino Film Industry, CLICK HERE.


November 23rd, Il Circolo dei lettori (Via Bogino, 9)

In 2023 TFL Italia – the section of the TorinoFilmLab that supports Italian professionals with the prospect of making their feature films international and generates opportunities for cooperation between Italy and the rest of the world – launches Boost IT Lab, a workshop focusing on Italian projects with a high potential for international co-productions and foreign creative teams that are interested in finding a minor Italian partner for its project.

November 24th e 25th, Il Circolo dei lettori (Via Bogino, 9)

Two days of industry activities intended with the purpose of offering opportunities for business and networking to Piedmontese production companies with international players, panels, presentations, and workshops open to students and beginners as well.

November 27th to 29th, il Circolo dei lettori (Via Bogino, 9)

TSFM aims to promote the growth of the short film industry in Europe and globally. Furthermore, TSFM’s goal is to improve the impact of short film and its professional industry on the wider cinematographic business and to nurture the development of new cinematographic talents and authors.

“Partner Event” – IDS Italian Doc Screening XVI
November 26th and 27th

Leading event of Doc/it – Associazione Documentaristi Italiani. The eighth edition of IDS’ Academy section, addressed to authors who are looking for producers, consists of three days of intensive training and culminates with a public pitch in front of an audience of producers and experts in the industry.

“Partner Event” – Lovers Goes Industry
November 23rd, Il Circolo dei lettori (Via Bogino, 9)

Lovers Goes Industry, an event that is not present with this structure in any other Italian market and reaches its 4th edition, has as a final goal to strengthen the role of Turin as a fundamental place of networking for the industry that works with LGBTQAI+-themed cinema.

“Partner Event” – onLive Campus
November 26th, Il Circolo dei lettori (Via Bogino, 9)

Designed by the Piemonte dal Vivo foundation, with the scientific direction of Simone Arcagni, professor at the University of Palermo, onLive Campus is the first format in Italy that combines the artistic branch, institutions, policymakers, companies, and the academic world to reflect on the relationship between performing arts and new technologies.


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