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
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 »
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