Rome Film Fest – La storia – Fact and Figures 2006
The official breakdown of the RomeFilmFest figures in detail :
– 169 films, of which: 52 from the US (26 in the retrospectives), 48 from Italy, 28 from France, 17 from the UK, 10 from Germany, 7 from Spain, 3 from Argentina, Canada, China, Japan and Sweden, and 2 from Denmark, the Philippines and Hong Kong. There were also films from Armenia, Belgium, Chile, the Congo, South Korea, Egypt, Georgia, India, Iran, Iceland, Israel, Switzerland, Holland, Palestine, Poland, Russia, Senegal and Turkey, for a total of 32 nationalities.
– 650 screenings on 23 screens, five of which were in the Auditorium; PalaRomaUno; four at the Metropolitan; two at the Casa del Cinema, Teatro di Tor Bella Monaca, Warner Moderno and the Pastificio Cerere; and nine of which were in other cinemas in and around Rome (in collaboration with ANEC Lazio). Plus the travelling Moviebus of the Alice section.
– 56,000 tickets sold, of which 9,564 through the LIS Lottomatica-qualified ticket offices throughout all of Italy and 3,750 online at www.listicket.it
– total audience estimated, including badge holders – only screenings and Anec theatres, is 150,000 spectators. In addition to 2,200 on the Costa cruise ships.
– 480,000 visitors of the Exhibitions (Bertolucci, Visconti, Digital Party, Rossellini)
– 6,837 accreditations – 2,426 journalists, of which 578 were of the foreign press
– 600 meetings organised by the New Cinema Network among 60 production companies and 24 debut directors. Approximately Euro 140.000 of support funds for new productions were allocated to projects selected by the Fondazione Unidea, SIAE and Fendi.
– 447 participants at The Business Street, of which approximately 250 were buyers. The market held 130 screenings.
– 78 schools and 16.000 students for Alice events
– 967 guests, in 31 hotels, accompanied by 40 BMWs and 10 MINIs
– 3,150,000 pages viewed of the website. A third of the surfers were from Rome, a third from the rest of Italy, and the final third from abroad. Main targets: 77% film section, 42% news.
– 53,000 meals served in the Village
– 10,000 gadgets sold