The festival and market are to both expand by one day - but will clash with AFM.
Director Quentin Tarantino is to receive a lifetime achievement award ahead of the European premiere of Django Unchained.
EXCLUSIVE: In the wake of a turbulent first edition, Rome festival director vows cheaper tickets and fewer films in 2013, expects to be back for two more years.
E La Chiamano Estate, booed by critics earlier in festival, takes two awards; Jessica Krummacher wins €30,000 Eurimages development prize.
With 59 world premieres, the Rome Film Festival is serving up a feast of new cinema. Lee Marshall profiles a selection of 15 new films from across the line-up
The first edition of the Rome Film Festival (Nov 9-17) under artistic director Marco Müller has a wealth of world premieres. Melanie Goodfellow reports
The International Rome Film Festival’s industry initiatives New Cinema Network and The Business Street are well-liked by producers and financiers; Screen also previews the NCN projects including Paddy Considine’s new film.
The International Rome Film Festival (Oct 28 - Nov 5) is an effective launchpad into the Italian market and is an increasing industry draw. Sheri Jennings reports
The International Rome Film Festival (Oct 15-23) is hoping to establish a reputation as a place to do business - and even as a replacement for the now-defunct Mifed.