Nikon is a partner of the 18th edition of the Rome Film Fest to be held from 13 to 23 October 2022
Nikon has announced that it is a sponsor and partner of the 18th edition of the Rome Film Fest, the film festival that will take place at the Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome from 13 to 23 October and in other locations spread throughout the capital.
Nikon will be present alongside the professional photographers following the event with Nikon Professional Services (NPS) which will offer support and services, including checking, cleaning and loaning equipment, as well as the possibility of making minor repairs.
Nikon next to the Rome Film Fest 2022 edition
The Rome Film Festival is the film festival established in 2006 and organized by the Cinema Foundation for Rome. The event takes place every year at the Auditorium Parco della Musica which hosts the main screenings and the red carpet and also involves other places and cultural realities of the capital.
Artistic Director of the Festa del Cinema is Paola Malanga, journalist and film criticone of the founders of the magazine Duel and one of the main collaborators of Paolo Mereghetti for the Dictionary of Film, author of famous essays on some of the great authors of world cinema and deputy director of Rai Cinema.
In her work, the Artistic Director of the Rome Film Fest, Paola Malanga, will be flanked by a selection committee composed of: Giovanna Fulvi, expert in Asian cinema, among the programmers of the Toronto Film Festival; Enrico Magrelli, film critic, former Director of the International Critics’ Week; Emanuela Martini, film critic, former director of the Torino Film Festival; Nico Marzano, Head of the cinema section of the ICA (Institute of Contemporary Art in London); Alberto Pezzotta, critic and historian of cinema, former member of the selection committee of the Venice Film Festival.
Past editions have seen numerous protagonists of world cinema participate in the Festival. Many films presented have received the highest awards, such as the Oscars and Golden Globes, the most famous prizes of European cinema, such as the European Film Awards, the César and the Goyas, and of the Italian one, from the David di Donatello to the Nastri d’Argento.