TorinoFilmLab - Training, development, Funding


Meeting Event

23-24 November 2018

TorinoFilmLab Meeting Event 2018

The TFL Meeting Event takes place every year in parallel with the Torino Film Festival: this year’s edition will happen on 23-24 November at Scuola Holden, while the 36th Torino Film Festival will take place on 23 November-1 December 2018.

It is the annual showcase of the projects, talents and films developed at TorinoFilmLab, featuring a global co-production forum for independent original or adapted feature films (with a focus on emerging directors), a presentation of the professionals trained within the scheme. Last but not least, it is a moment to reward the best projects with awards & production grants.

Industry target
Decision Makers from all over the world in the fields of production, sales, distribution, public funds: producers, sales agents, distributors, buyers, financers, investors, funds & festival representatives etc.

A variety of Awards
TFL Awards
The TFL international Jury assigns a number of Production and Co-production Awards – among which some supported by Creative Europe – to projects coming from the FeatureLab programme.

Launched in 2014, the TFL Audience Design Fund, grants prizes aimed at supporting the implementation of innovative audience engagement strategies at the moment of the release of the awarded films.

TFL screenings at Torino Film Festival
Every year the Torino Film Festival dedicates a section to the films supported by TorinoFilmLab that had their world premieres in the last 12 months. The full screenings programme will be available in November.

TFL Industry Pass



Producers, sales agents, distributors, funds & festival representatives, broadcasters and other film professionals from all over the world are eligible to apply for a TFL Industry Pass, which will give full access to the activities of the 2-day pitching & networking event.


The TFL Industry Pass will be assigned free of charge. Places are limited, thus there will be a selection based on the profiles of the applicants, who should be able to demonstrate a relevant track record in the European or international film industry.


Please find some practical information on how to reach Turin, how to move around in town and accomodation.

Getting there: airports & shuttle buses
The Turin Airport is situated 16 km from the city centre. There is a shuttle bus service that connects the airport to the city center and back.
Journey time: 45 minutes. Timetable, costs and where to buy tickets here.

The Milano Malpensa Airport is situated 140 km from Turin city centre. There is a shuttle bus service that connects the airport to Turin city center and back.
Journey time: 2 hours. Timetable, costs and where to buy tickets here.

Getting around Turin
The GTT runs Turin with trams, buses and an underground line, covering the city.
Almost all bus/tram services begin at 5.00 am and run late into the night (between 00.00 pm – 01.00 am).
Info, itinerary & timetable:

Taxi Torino
T +39 011 5737 - T +39 011 5730