The Venice Film Week is an annual week-long event showcasing independent films with an edge. The event was created by independent filmmakers, for independent filmmakers, with the sole purpose to showcase and screen new and upcoming talent.
Running during, but independent from the Venice Film Festival (Mostra Internazionale d'Arte Cinematografica), the Venice Film Week focuses on the unconventional, the unusual, the underground, the intuitive, the innovative, the minimalistic and the true artists of our time. With a near full house for all screenings and the generous support by the Città di Venezia, Circuito Cinema and media partners (such as Evenice, VeneziaToday, Venezia360, La Voce Di Venezia and Il Gazzettino), the Venice Film Week has managed to become a valid destination within the city's festival circuit.
All screenings take place at La Casa del Cinema, San Stae 1990 in Venice.
The Venice Film Week was featured in Venezia Today, FilmFestivals.com, Cinematory, Cinema Italiano, We Are Moving Stories, Art Connect, The Independent Critic, In Cinemas, Indie Talk, etc.
"Excellent program of cutting edge, world class cinema in a beautiful super charming venue."