The final evening of the sixth edition of 'TRAme Indipendenti' International Festival of Independent Short Films is coming up.
The event will take place at 9:00 p.m. in the Parco delle Concette in Pisa and live in six other venues: Capannori (Piazza Aldo Moro), Cecina (Cinema Moderno), Pietrasanta (Casa del Popolo di Solaio), Vecchiano (Sala Consiliare), Vicopisano (Circolo Arci L'Ortaccio), Volterra (Cinema Centrale Multisala). During the final evening, the public will be able to vote online from each location for their favourite short film, thus deciding the Audience Award.
The Festival's jury is chaired by Alessandro Grande (winner of the 2018 David di Donatello for best short film) flanked by Fabrizio Bartelloni (editor of Il Fogliaccio's film column), Nicola Cerbai (Centro Studi Commedia all'Italiana), Ugo di Tullio (UniPisa lecturer), Carla Frigato (DISCO student at the University of Pisa), Francesca Ghezzi (TRAme Indipendenti) and Michele Innocenti (Cinema Arsenale). The finalists in the 'narrative' category come from 6 countries: China, Iran, Israel, Italy, Mexico and Spain. All short films in foreign languages will be subtitled in Italian.
Further information: www.trameindipendenti.it