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8th Rome Film Festival - The Balkan Entries
12 November 2013
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The 8th Rome Film Festival will take place from November 8 to 17, 2013, at the Auditorium Parco della Musica designed by Italian architect Renzo Piano. All the spaces in the Auditorium, for a total capacity of four thousand seats, will be open for the Festival. Thus, for ten days, the building complex will be the centre of attraction for professionals, journalists, and film buffs, hosting screenings, exhibitions, events, conferences, debates. The 1,300 square metres of the avenue leading to the Cavea (an open-air theatre square used) will become one of the largest red carpets in the world.

The audience will have a choice of seven movie theatres (Santa Cecilia, Sinopoli, Petrassi, Teatro Studio, Studio 3, Auditorium MAXXI at the National Museum of XXI Century Arts, and the Multiplex cinema Barberini). Next to the Auditorium, the Cinema Village will feature pavilions and stands made of steel, glass, and wood, created specifically for this event and its visitors. The Festival programme will also involve the area of Via Veneto, the street that epitomizes Italian cinema, with the Rome International Film Market, The Business Street, hosted at the Hotel Bernini Bristol and the Barberini Multiplex. The panels will be held at the Casa del Cinema at Villa Borghese and at the MAXXI. Professional and institutional encounters will take place at the AuditoriumArte. 

The Official Selection of the Festival consists in an International Competition, an Out of Competition section with the selection of 2013 gala screenings, the CinemaXXI competitive section, dedicated to new trends in world cinema, and the Prospettive Doc Italia competition, a survey of new directions in Italian documentary filmmaking. The parallel and independent sidebar Alice nella città will organize a programme of films for young people, following its own regulations. 

Among the movies that participate in the Festival, we can find two Balcan entries, one from Romania The Escape by Andrei Gruzsniczki, and one from Turkey I Am Not Him by Tayfun Pirselimoglu.
  I am not Him
  Quod Erat Demonstrandum
  Tayfun Pirselimoglu
  Andrei Gruzsniczki
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