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FeST – Tv Series Festival

Festival

FeST is the first Italian festival entirely focused on TV series in the streaming era.
An event that not only includes encounters, previews and immersive experiences designed to entertain the audience, but also acts as a reference point for industry insiders and professionals. Crossmediality and innovation in the languages of TV series are just two of the many themes to be addresses in the 3-day event that, with this year’s edition, intends to focus on the way stereotypes are broken in their small-screen representation. 
Thanks to the participation of leading national and international broadcasters on the global scene, FeST’s goal is not only that of reporting on the latest developments in contemporary TV series production, but also of anticipating its future obsessions. 
What’s new about this second edition? The Kids area, featuring the series dedicated to the younger ones, and the Industry area, a special space that enables to actively interact and exchange views with TV production’s big players.

Credits

FeST is produced by BDC and DUDE and curated by Marina Pierri and Giorgio Viaro.
This year’s edition is organized in collaboration with Triennale Milano.

Calendar

VEN 20 SEP 2019, 17:00
SAB 21 SEP 2019, 08:00
DOM 22 SEP 2019, 08:00

Digital Archive Preview

Costruzione del Palazzo dell’Arte, 1931<br/>Posa della prima pietra del Palazzo dell’Arte, foto Argo
Costruzione del Palazzo dell’Arte, 1931
Posa della prima pietra del Palazzo dell’Arte, foto Argo
Palazzo dell’Arte, 1931<br/>Particolare costruttivo delle pareti dell’impluvium del Palazzo dell’Arte
Palazzo dell’Arte, 1931
Particolare costruttivo delle pareti dell’impluvium del Palazzo dell’Arte
Costruzione della Torre Littoria, 1933<br/>Gio Ponti e Cesare Chiodi
Costruzione della Torre Littoria, 1933
Gio Ponti e Cesare Chiodi
XIV Triennale di Milano, 1968<br/>Allestimento di “Grande numero: l’intervento figurativo a grande scala”, sculture piramidali di Lynn Chadwick
XIV Triennale di Milano, 1968
Allestimento di “Grande numero: l’intervento figurativo a grande scala”, sculture piramidali di Lynn Chadwick
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