50 Days of International Cinema Film Festival / Movies / Screening Every year from October to December

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Florence, Italy’s 50 Days of International Cinema, which began in 2007, runs annually from October to December and is the longest film festival in the world. 50 Days of International Cinema attracts over 50... ... read more

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50 Days of International Cinema - Film Festival | Movies | Screening in Florence.

Florence, Italy’s 50 Days of International Cinema, which began in 2007, runs annually from October to December and is the longest film festival in the world.

50 Days of International Cinema attracts over 50,000 cinephiles each year and provides audiences some of the best movies from around the world in a wide range of categories. The festival showcases shorts, documentaries, and feature films.

This 50-day movie marathon, sponsored by the Regional Mediateca of Tuscany Film Commission, is a composition of nine different film festivals that celebrate the fall season of cinema, screening films at the famous art deco Odeon Cinema along with other local cinema houses in Florence.

During the 50 Days of International Cinema, aspiring moviemakers and producers attend premieres and special events and host meetings open to the public. The festival also features award events including the New Italian Cinema Events. Past winners include Edoardo Leo’s 18 Years Later and Claudio Cupellini’s Lessons in Chocolate.

Past films screened at the 50 Days of International Film festival include The Artist, The Battle of the Sacred Tree, Rocky Horror Picture Show, and Puccini and the Girl.

Tickets for individual screenings at the 50 Days of International Cinema festival range from €5-€10.

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