Meeting, market, and platform for international co-production that puts on the spotlight new talents and the latest trends in cinema and audiovisuals, TFI Torino Film Industry once again takes place in the days of the Torino Film Festival, reaffirming itself as the work & business soul of the longstanding cinematographic event of the city.
TFI Torino Film Industry is a Film Commission Torino Piemonte project that includes and networks: TFL ITALIA, organized by the National Museum of Cinema’s TorinoFilmLab, PRODUCTION DAYS organized by the Film Commission Torino Piemonte itself, and TSFM Vol. 8 (TALENTS AND SHORT FILM MARKET, formerly known as Torino Short Film Market).
A sixth edition that will yet again host IDS - Italian Doc Screenings – organized by Doc/it Associazione Documentaristi Italiani – as a “Partner Event” and that will feature the participation of two new arrivals: “Lovers Goes Industry”, organized by Lovers Film Festival, and “onLive Campus” created by the Piemonte dal Vivo Foundation.
TFI Torino Film Industry is realized in close collaboration with the Torino Film Festival and Museo Nazionale del Cinema, promoted by the Piedmont Region and the City of Turin.
TorinoFilmLab is the laboratory for professionals of the international audiovisual industry organized by the National Museum of Cinema.
The Production Days started in 2016 as a complex of industry activities curated by the Film Commission Torino Piemonte and born from the experience developed from 2008 with several projects, among which the various Piemonte Doc Meeting, Piemonte Brand Meeting, New Media Days, In.Di.Days.
For the fourth year in a row, TFI will host – as a “Partner Event” - the XVII edition of IDS Italian Doc Screenings, the leading event of Doc/it – Associazione Documentaristi Italiani.
During the last fifteen years, market and industry events associated with Festivals have given important results all over the world, often resulting in a driving force for the events themselves.
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.