Home news Sold out during the fourth day of TUC and the audience interacts more and more with the authors

Sold out during the fourth day of TUC and the audience interacts more and more with the authors

Sold out during the fourth day of TUC and the audience interacts more and more with the authors

Two interesting Q&A and a lot of audience and interest for the festival’s proposals

The fourth day of the sixth edition of Torino Underground Cinefest has concluded just now. It’s a success with an evergrowing audience, with a sold out at 19:00.

At Classico, the 27th of march, continued the schedule of TUC with seven short films and three feature films. Among them, we suggest “Fino alla fine” by Giovanni Dota, “Lucy” by Roberto Gutierrez, “Letters to Paul Morrissey” by Armand Rogira and “La Partita” by Francesco Carnesecchi.

The audience lost all sorts of reluctance and shyness and the Questions & Answers became real moments of interaction and in-depth analysis with the authors, in particular on the styles and their artistic history. Today there were two of them, both very partecipative: the first one with Armand Rovira, director of “Letters to Paul Morrissey”, curated by Fabrizio Odetto, and the second one, curated by Giorgio Perno with the director of “La Partita” by Francesco Carnesecchi.

In addiction to those, there was also the first part of “New frontiers of storytelling in Indie, in both cinema and videogames” in which Ivano Zanchetta, Giuseppe Enrico Franchi, Matteo Sciutteri e Aram Shahbazians, intervened and curated by Paolo Armao.

“Compared to the fourth day, I can only deem myself satisfied. A big and very partecipative crowd. The audience loosened up and interviewed without qualms the authors who welcomed cause for reflections, and answered the questions with care. Another day of schedule and then the award cerimony, hosted by the actress/dubber Chiara Francese. We’re growing and the team is even more close-knit”, says the artistic director Mauro Russo Rouge.

We specify again that the access to this event is gratuitous, but it’s necessary to reserve your seat on the platform Eventbrite: but as a mean of accreditation.

We’d also like to remind that this sixth edition is sustained by voluntary contributions, by School of Digital and Interactive Arts “Event Horizon” and that the media partners are, excluding ArtInMovimento Magazine who manages the press agency, Italia Che Cambia, Piemonte Che Cambia, TorinOggi, Studio54Network, Eco delCinema, Al di là del Cinema… and Il Profumo della Dolce Vita.