How can I watch a film?

All films will be available online and for free on our website www.visionidalmondo.it during the Festival (17-21 september)

  1. Access the films via -> Festival titles 2020
  2. Click on the film of your choice and start the film
  3. Create your personal account before the first playback

 


 

Do I have to pay in order to watch the films?

The entire program will be free of charge!
You will only need to create a free account before starting to watch the first film.

 


 

When are the films available?

The films will be available from the beginning of the Festival (September 17). Each film will be available for 24 hours from its screening time.

 


 

What is the legal age limit to watch the films?

The legal age limit for all films is 18.

 


 

Is there a possibility to check the daily schedule?

During the Festival we will provide the daily program on our website. You will also find the daily program on our social channels Instagram, Facebook.

 


 

What are the online activities and how can I join in (Masterclasses and Panels)?

During the Festival we will offer daily interactive activities in which you can participate as Masterclasses, Panels, Round Tables. When it will be ready you can consult the program on -> Schedule 2020

 


 

Why is a movie displayed as “Sold Out”?

The films of the selection are limited to 500 seats. With the Festival exceptionally taking place online this year, we have decided – as is usually the case in this kind of diffusion – to protect the films and their future careers and lives (in other festivals or theatrical release). It was agreed with the right holders to recreate the screening conditions of a Festival taking place on location, and thus to limit the amount of views to 500. This limitation should allow the films, mostly screened in world premieres, to continue to live and be screened nationally as well as internationally.

 


 

Why are the films only available in Italy?

With the Festival exceptionally taking place online this year, the right holders have given us the authorization to screen their film with territory restriction, according to their distribution plan, and their aspirations for the film’s future life. It is of the utmost importance for us to respect this.