Category: 2016

  • Giant mutant insects, forgotten epidemics and Roland Garros – Day 3

    Diary – Thursday, November 3rd The films of the day 14:30 – Sala Tripcovich | The Open — Marc Lahore The bombs have exploded, the war is spread worldwide, but André and Stéphanie won’t give up: the Roland Garros means everything to them, it’s what they are living for. They will organize their tournament, no […]

  • Filmmaking with Rutger Hauer

    Una sfida a mostrare “cose mai viste”. Un viaggio alla ricerca dell’incanto, dietro alla macchina da presa. Un invito ad annusare la bellezza, a vivere il cinema. Una masterclass riservata a 40 giovani filmmaker, con una leggenda vivente: Rutger Hauer. Il Premio Urania alla Carriera 2016 svestirà i panni dell’attore e porterà i partecipanti alla […]

  • Invisible lovers, robots e Tyrolese shorts – Day 2

    Diary – Wednesday, November 2nd The films of the day 15:00 – Sala Tripcovich | Realive [Proyecto Lázaro] — Mateo Gil Marc came back from the Realm of the Dead, brought back to life by a Prodigy Health Corporation scientific project. How will his life be after life? By the screenwriter of Vanilla Sky and […]

  • For the Love of TS+FF – Day 1

    Diary – Tuesday, November 1st The films of the day 17:00 – Sala Tripcovich | For the Love of Spock A pop culture icon and the actor who has played his role for nearly half a century, told from his son’s – Adam – point of view. For The Love Of Spock is the #tsplusf […]

  • Raw (Grave) by Julia Ducournau wins the Méliès d’or 2016

    The European Fantastic Film Festivals Federation (EFFFF) is pleased to announce the winners of the 20th Méliès d’or competition for European fantastic film. The Méliès d’or for feature film was awarded to Raw (Grave) Director: Julia Ducournau (France, Belgium, 2016). “Shocking in the very best sense of the word, this film is a gory family […]

  • 40 years of Fant’Italia

    40 years of Fant’Italia. We have come to the “first” (and no doubt the “second”, the “third” will come as well, …) 40 years of the pioneering retrospective curated by Lorenzo Codelli and Giuseppe Lippi, presented within the In- ternational Science Fiction Film Festival, the legacy of which has been collected in 2000 by the […]

  • TS+FF and the 50th anniversary of Star Trek with Terry “Jadzia” Farrell and Adam Nimoy

    To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Star Trek, Trieste Science+Fiction Festival invites you to a public talk with Terry Farrell, the lovely and talented Jadzia Dax of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and Adam Nimoy, son of the unforgettable Leonard “Spock” Nimoy: they will share with you their experiences and offer an insight into their […]

  • TS+FF Exhibitions

    Play It Again: (R)evolution MAGAZZINO DELLE IDEE friday 28 october opening ore 18.00 saturday 29 — monday 31 october 10.00 — 13.00 e 16.00 — 19.00 tuesday 01 — sunday 06 november 10.00 — 20.00 In the field of technology, one year represents a geological era: time here ows at an impossible speed, just like […]

  • A tribute to the 50th anniversary of Star Trek: Adam Nimoy and Terry Farrell at Trieste Science+Fiction Festival to present “For the Love of Spock”

    Trieste Science+Fiction Festival celebrates the 50th anniversary of Star Trek with the screening of For the Love of Spock, directed by Leonard Nimoy’s son, Adam, who will be in Trieste on November 1st together with Terry Farrel, the beautiful American actress best known for her role as Jadzia Dax in the successful TV series Star […]


    Morgan, produced by Sir Ridley Scott and directed by his son Luke, will open the 16th edition of Trieste Science+Fiction Festival, which will also see Dutch actor Rutger Hauer, world-famous star of Blade Runner, receiving the “Urania d’Argento” Award 2016. Distributed by 20th Century Fox, Morgan will be released in Italian theatres on November 9th. […]

  • Play It Again: (R)evolution

    One year, if compared to the average lifetime of a man, has a somewhat relative value. In the field of technology, on the contrary, it actually represents a geological era: time here flows at a speed which is impossible to follow, just like the evolution of machines that in the course of the years have […]