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October 16th will kick off the ninth edition of the International Film Festival of Rome, which will once again see BNL in the role of main Partner.
The event represents one of the most anticipated in the world of cinematography, with International and European previews of all the categories, and the participation of celebrities of cinema and culture coming from many different countries. The venue is once more the ’Auditorium Parco della Musica and the Festival will run through October 25th.
The ninth edition of the Festival will be full of innovations, beginning with the crucial role the audience will have: the most important awards will be assigned based on the preferences expressed by the public at the exit of the theater.
The Official Selection of the Festival will consist of four categories:
- Cinema Today – hosts films by established and emerging authors
- Gala – will present a selection of renown, popular, original pictures
- World category – welcome’s flicks of a variety of backgrounds
- Italian view – Will focus on new trends of fiction and documentaries in national film making.
BNL thanks to “We Love Cinema” is a point of reference for enthusiasts of the big screen, even on social networks. During the entire event it will be possible to follow the Festival “live”, with news, reviews, backstage and reports from the red carpet on welovecinema.it; and new to this edition is the launch of a free App: anyone can download it and participate by sharing images and video clips taken at the Festival, like the red carpet, personal contributions, videos and photos, making everybody a protagonist of the event.
BNL, for almost 80 years known as the bank of reference for Cinema, renews and reinforces it’s strong relationship with the film industry, continuing to actively contribute to the growth of Italian cultural.
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