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26 August 2015 à 12:09

FestivalScope opens the Venice Film Festival up to the general public

In partnership with Unifrance, FestivalScope launches its digital version of the Venice International Film Festival for the general public. It's as though you were there...

From September 3 through 16, a selection of films from the Venice International Film Festival will be available online through Festival Scope's Sala Web to viewers from around the world.
Fifteen films, from the Orizzonti Competition and the Biennale College, will hence be available for a duration of five days, simultaneous to their presentation at the festival.
The number of tickets is limited to those of a theater on the Lido, being 400 tickets. Tickets cost €4 per film, or €2 for 5 films or more, and are all subtitled in English (some films also have Italian subtitles).
Among these films, four French (co)productions are available: Land Legs by Samuel Collardey, Madame Courage by Merzak Allouache, Why Hast Thou Forsaken Me ? by Hadar Morag, and Interruption by Yorgos Zois.

Tickets and festival passes are already available on the event's website:

Author : Communications

Latest update : 28 August 2015 à 12:09 CEST

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Venice International Film Festival - 2015

Type : Feature film and short film festival

Theme : All films