Milano Film Festival is an open platform for international cinema taking place in public spaces since 1995. The festival is committed to support new Italian and international talents and rediscover and reinterpret some of the greatest artists in the history of cinema.

Every year they travel, collect and discuss about films of different length and genre, made in many different languages and formats, coming from all over the world.

The festival takes place in public spaces throughout Milan. Every year over 100,000 people from the whole world sit in front of the screens watching films for about two weeks in September: places to socialize with other people and share ideas.

Day and night squares, theatres, auditoriums, streets, alleys, car parks, suburbs, parks, museums and galleries are full of people of different ages. Public spaces throughout the city are always open, inviting, enlightened and lively.