Exciting events awaiting film buffs in the Eternal City!
The International Rome Film Festival is being held from October 27 to November 4, 2011, at the Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome. This will be the sixth edition of the festival to be held at the magnificent arts complex, which was designed by renowned architect Renzo Piano. The film screenings and encounters will be organized at the five theatres in the prestigious auditorium – Santa Cecilia, Studio 3, Teatro Studio, Petrassi and Sinopoli. Besides, an array of other events will be held at the Foyer, Museo Archeologico, Auditorium Arte and Spazio Risonanze.
Book your air tickets and travel by business class flights to Rome in comfort and style and be among those lucky few to step on to one of the biggest red carpets in the world. When you fly cheap business class by Alitalia to see the leading film industry event, you will be surprised to see hundreds of international celebrities walking on the unique 1,300 sq m walkway alongside the festival-goers, the main protagonists of the event.
The Italian capital of Rome is quite accessible from most part of the world. There are many international airlines that operate several direct, nonstop flights to Leonardo da Vinci International Airport in the city. If you are planning to travel from major US cities like Washington DC, New York, Atlanta and Boston to attend the festival, then you can buy airline tickets on Delta Air Lines, Continental Airlines or United Airlines. Besides, Italy’s national carrier Alitalia will also be offering good airline discount on business class tickets to Rome. You can also avail the opportunity to book flight tickets for cheap rates and travel by cheap business class flights to Rome to attend the festival. It will be all fun and joy when you reach the festival venue. The Cinema Village, spread over in a 6,000 sq m area, provides you with everything that you might be looking for – ticket offices, info points, shops, a large food area featuring refreshment areas, a cafeteria, restaurants and pizzerias, as well as themed areas dedicated to the festival’s sponsors.
This year the International Rome Film Festival will pay homage to the renowned film director Mario Camerini. The restored version of the silent film Rotaie (Rails) (1929) by Mario Camerini will be screened to observe the filmmaker’s 30th death anniversary. While at Rome, be ready to savor all that this renowned film festival has to offer to you in some of the most iconic locations in the city.