Museo Civico di Rovereto are organizing the XVIII International Festival of Archaeological Film and are looking for entries. If you are going and interested in reviewing this event for the European Journal of Archaeology, please get in touch: email@example.com
The Civic Museum of Rovereto, in conjunction with the magazine â€œArcheologia Vivaâ€, is organizing the XVIII International Festival of Archaeological Film, which will take place on 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th October 2007.
We remind you that the Festival is open to any film in the fields of archaeological, historical, palethnological and anthropological research and to any documentary aimed at preserving and valuing the cultural heritage. A special section will include films on ancient civilizations which have alternated on the territories of the todayâ€™s Iran. All the works will be listed in the museum data-base. Our Festival, in conjunction with the magazine Archeologia Viva, promotes and values the documentaries through a variety of cultural, scientific and educational events. All films selected for our Festival can receive the â€œCittÃ di Rovereto-Archeologia Vivaâ€ Prize given by the public to the most appreciated film. The films out of competitions, chosen for their peculiar subjects, will be presented in the last day.
Besides, films produced since 2004 can participate – if selected by a Committee – in the VII competition “Paolo Orsi Prize”. The theme of this yearâ€™s competition is: “Archaeology of the Americas”. The VIII â€œPaolo Orsiâ€ Prize – consisting of 5500 euro – will be awarded to the best film by an international Jury.
We are at your disposal for any further information. Hoping in your participation, we send our best regards.
Dario Di Blasi – Festival Director
Francesca Maffei – Festival Organizer
Drop me a line if you would like to receive the entry forms for the festival.