A film festival focussing on the complexity of human relationships set in Shakespeare's city of love Verona, Italy. Does it get any better than this?
The Verona International Film Festival presents films which revolve around relationships in their different forms whether spiritual, physical, interpersonal, familial, and humanitarian and can even touch upon relationships between nations and political parties. Films can tackle the complexity, ever-changing dynamics, adversity, and multi-faceted aspects pertaining to these different types of relationships. Based in Verona (Italy) the festival aims to screen a dozen of feature and short films.
All screenings will take place at Mulitsala Rivoli in Verona.
The Verona International Film Festival is a true arthouse festival in every sense. Aiming to inspire, motivate and award new talent.
The selected films will compete for the following awards:
Best Narrative Feature Film
Best Documentary Feature Film
Best Narrative Short Film
Best Documentary Short Film
Best Animated Film
Best Experimental Film
Best Music Video
No red carpet
The real star of any film festival should be the films. It shouldn’t be countless celebrities posing for pictures on the red carpet, lavish parties for select critics that completely overshadow what’s happening on the screen, or costly admission fees that rake up receipts but severely limit a filmmaker’s chances of having an appreciative audience.
Admission to screenings is always free of charge to encourage a suitable audience of filmgoers. These intimate screenings allow festival guests to enjoy themselves even as they view challenging films, creating a welcoming and receptive environment.
Find out more about the previous editions of the Verona International Film Festival: