Your travel guide to Rome Film Festival
Rome Film Festival
The 8th edition of The Rome Film Festival will be held from November 8th to 17th – save the date! Well known movie stars will present, promote and vote on 18 films. Want to join in? Book one of our hotels near the Auditorium and be part of this huge international event!
Big Guest Stars Rome’s Film Festival has grown so much that unlike previous years, 2013 marks the use of all of the Auditorium’s space, meaning every room will be glitzed by film lovers, critics and actors alike! With guests like Leonardo Di Caprio and Martin Scorsese, it’s no wonder why the Festival is constantly opening its door to a wider audience since 2006.
Numbers 12 World Premieres, 5 International Premieres, and 1 Italian Premiere – these numbers tell us a lot about how important this Festival has become to the movie industry. Just to add to the numbers - over 31 countries will be participating in this event, whether competing or not. And if you’re more interested in some of this year’s up and coming indie flicks or documentaries, you may want to visit the MAXXI, National Museum of XXI Century Arts, whose collaboration has given rise to the not-to-be-missed CinemaXXI program.
Enjoying the Festival The 2013 Rome Film Festival is not limited to show biz folk alone, but star-gazers are more than welcome. This red carpet event has always been open to the general public and has long attracted Romans, Italians and international film lovers from all around looking to get a peek at this year’s showcased films. Prices range from €5 - €25, and when you get a glimpse of the program, you’ll quickly see that this is quite the deal.
Whether you’re opting for the one-day pass or planning on getting in as many films as possible during the entire week’s festival, you will need a place to stay in Rome. That’s where Venere can help – book one of our 1600 hotels in this ancient capital and enjoy Rome’s Film Festival!
How to get there and where to stay The Auditorium Parco della Musica is on Viale Pietro de Coubertin, Villaggio Olimpico, just in the heart of the neighborhood of Flaminio. A Flaminio hotel is the best solution, since you can easily reach the city center via Tram #2. If you prefer getting a bus instead, you can take 910 or 217 from Termini station or 53 from piazza San Silvestro. If the Film Festival is only one of your many reasons to stay in Rome, a hotel near Termini Station is your best bet so you can easily explore places like Spanish Steps, Pantheon, Trevi Fountain and more.
See you at the Film Festival!