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  • The long journey to Shadow Planet

    The Shadow Planet, published by SaldaPress for the independent label Radium, is an explosive mix of retro sci-fi, exploitation and horror by the Blasteroid Bros, the collective made by screenwriter Giovanni “James” Barbieri, illustrator Gianluca “Johnny” Pagliarani and colorist Alan “Junior” D’Amico. The “most terrifying retro sci-fi horror ever made in comics” – that could […]

  • Sci-Fi Nights

    Science-fiction and fantasy are inspirational worlds which have always tweaked creativity of both visual artists and musicians. Therefore, if a light beam becomes a sword, noise can turn into music: images and sounds can be put together to produce a new collective imagination able to create new emotions by mixing them. This is the reason […]

  • Official program

    From October 31st to November 5th, Trieste will turn once again into the European capital of fantastic cinema. One week of previews, short films, classics and cult movies. And this year, also the Oscar of European fantastic cinema, with the Méliès d’or Ceremony and Stefano Bollani’s concert. And also exhibitions, monsters, meetings, encounters of the […]

  • Oracle – Asteroide Award 2017

    Since its beginnings, the Trieste Science+Fiction Festival has been keeping the objective to entrust the realization of the Asteroide Award to an under 40 artist from Trieste, in order to promote and shine a light over local creative talents by providing an international showcase for their work. This year the choice was slightly different and […]

  • Marjorie Prime to open TS+FF 2017

    The opening film of the 17th edition of the Trieste Science+Fiction Festival will be an Italian premiere: Marjorie Prime, by Michael Almereyda. It is based on the acclaimed play by Pulitzer nominee Jordan Harrison. Marjorie Prime has a deeply touching narrative which explores themes such as memory, identity, love and loss in the age of […]

  • Fantabollani: the movies

    On the “Oscar night” of european fantastic cinema – the 21st Méliès d’or Ceremony – Stefano Bollani will be a special guest of the TS+FF, with an extraordinary program: musical accompainments to classic movies, surprises and symbols of the early days of Sci-Fi cinema. Voyage à travers l’impossible, by Geroges Méliès, France, 1904 Voyage dans […]

  • Fantastic Shorts

    We’re explorers of light and stories. We’re collectors of images and sensations. This happens to be our Wunderkammer, and we are putting it at your disposal. Let’s assist together to the exhibition of these trophies from all around the world and bask in the pleasure of contemplation and of the ethereal possession of something so […]

  • LRNZ goes to Politeama Rossetti

    The Politeama Rossetti is the location for the personal exhibition dedicated to the author of the graphic image of this year’s festival: the audience will be introduced to Lorenzo Ceccotti, a.k.a LRNZ, through a selection of his precious original drawings. One of the best illustrators on the Italian comics scene, LRNZ works in a number […]

  • Fantastic Film Forum

    The Fantastic Film Forum is the section of the Trieste Science+Fiction Festival dedicated to fantastic and genre film professionals. Producers, filmmakers, film professionals, renowned masters and emerging talents will get together for a one-day long session of conferences, masterclasses and networking events with cinema experts. The primary goal is to create a meeting point which […]

  • The Night of the Body Snatchers with Wolfgang Flür (ex Kraftwerk)

    Many artists have a successful career, but few are those who draw a line after which nothing will ever be the same again. Wolfgang Flür, born in 1947, was a member of Kraftwerk, the four musicians from Dusseldorf who, between the end of the 1970s and the beginning of the 1990s imagined the music of […]

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