A full schedule of the films and the venues at which they are being shown can be found at www.romeinternationalfilmfestival.com. Ticket prices are very reasonable … well, considering what the prices at commercial film venues have gone to. They’re $6 for an “all you can eat” block of two hours (many of the movies are short) with students getting the same mental stimulation for $2.
There are literally dozens of new movies by independent filmmakers being shown. So, what to pick to see? On the website schedule, just click on the title of a film that sounds interesting and a photo with brief description will pop up.
More evidence that Rome’s filmfest is not only flying but soaring. What’s that old saying? Oh, yes: Be there or be square.