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A total of 24 co-production projects and sections devoted to China, digital and remakes help make up Rome’s industry events.

The 8th Rome Film Festival (Nov 8-17) has revealed details of its International Film Market ahead of its launch next week.

Rome’s key industry initiatives – the informal The Business Street (TBS) screenings market and the New Cinema Network (Ncn) co-production market – will run from Nov 13-17.

Organisers are expecting distributors and producers from 45 countries and 700 accredited visitors as well as 24 selected projects, a China Day and a new initiative dedicated to remakes as well as meetings, panel discussions and conferences.

Single venue; digital focus

For its eighth edition, TBS will take place once again in Via Veneto, the street famously featured in Federico Fellini’s La Dolce Vita.

But for the first time both TBS and Ncn will be held in a single venue, the Hotel Bernini Bristol.

The Terrace will host the buyers and sellers »


- michael.rosser@screendaily.com (Michael Rosser)

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