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Wolf Hall
ROMA FICTION FEST

Ten Golden Globe nominations go to the five TV series that premiered at the ninth RomaFictionFest

Mr. Robot, Wolf Hall, Casual, Show Me a Hero, and Flesh & Bone

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Rome City of Film Unesco
ROME CITY OF FILM

Rome joins the UNESCO Creative Cities Network

Thanks to the joint efforts of Roma Capitale, the Fondazione Cinema per Roma and the Istituto Luce Cinecittà

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Cate Blanchett - Carol
ROME FILM FEST

Thirteen 2016 Golden Globe nominations go to the films and tv series showcased at tenth Rome Film Fest

Carol, Room, Mustang, The Good Dinosaur, Fargo

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The RomaFictionFest wishes to express its solidarity with the victims of terrorism

ROMAFICTIONFEST |Friday November 13th | Jason Reitman meets the public for a preview presentation of the first two episodes of Casual, the series he directed and produced In Competition Trapped by Baltasar Kormàkur, the director of Everest, Glue by Jack Thorne, one of the most interesting of English auteurs, Deutschland 83, set in the divided Germany, and Mr. Robot, one of last season’s surprises on American television.

ROMAFICTIONFEST | November 11st | The Fest’s first day also features the first episode of the hotly anticipated series “The Last Panthers”. The first masterclass for 2015 belongs to Steven Van Zandt, alias Little Steven, with the premiere of episode one from the 3rd season of Lilyhammer

ROMAFICTIONFEST | November 11st | The 9th Annual RomaFictionFest kicks off today with the premiere of “Lea”, the new political crime drama directed by Marco Tullio Giordana

ROMAFICTIONFEST | Richard Madden at the RomaFictionFest: the Scottish actor presents the new series in which he stars, Medici: Masters of Florence, during a talk with Fest audiences, joined by the series’ producers Luca and Matilde Bernabei, Frank Spotnitz and Rai Fiction chief Eleonora Andreatta

ROMAFICTIONFEST | November 12nd | The RomaFictionFest presents the first four series in competition: from the gothic overtones of Glitch to the tales of love and loss, envy and riches in Capital; from Jo Nesbø’s imaginary future in Occupied to the future of the unemployed masses in “Trepalium”

ROMAFICTIONFEST | All the talents of the red carpets

“Angry Indian Goddesses” by Pan Nalin wins the BNL People’s Choice Award

Rome Film Fest 2015: Facts and Figures

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