with the contribution of
The web site was made thanks to a contribution of the Autonomous Region Friuli Venezia Giulia. Funds provided as per the provision of Regional Law 12/2006, art. 6, paragraphs from 82 to 85 and subsequent financing under the terms of Regional Law n. 21/2016, art. 62, para 1., letters a) and b).
The pictures are taken from the archives of the FVG Film Commission and the Cineteca del Friuli.
We are also grateful for the kind permission to use pictures from the photographers: Paolo Jacob, Giulio Kirchmayr, Ilaria Cassano, Mauro Sostini, Terry Passanisi, Ramiro Civita, Enrico Cesaro (www.enricocesaro.com) for “One for all” by Mimmo Calopresti, Claudio Iannone for “The Invisible Boy” by Gabriele Salvatores, Nefertiti Film for “TIR” by Alberto Fasulo, Gabriele Crozzoli for “Il Silenzio dell’Acqua 2”.
Carlo Gaberscek, “I luoghi del cinema. Set e location del cinema di fiction in Friuli, a Trieste, in Slovenia e Istria”, Udine, Centro Espressioni Cinematografiche, 2012, with further information about specific locations in Trieste kindly provided by the Friuli Venezia Giulia Film Commission.
Livio Jacob, Carlo Gaberscek, “Il Friuli e il Cinema”, 1996, La Cineteca del Friuli.
The first project to have an interactive mapping of the film sets of FVG was made in 2009 by Matteo Caenazzo in collaboration with the FVG Film Commission. The map, published in 2011 as part of his essay – I set cinematografici nell’esempio della FVG Film Commission (EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste).
In 2016, thanks to a partnership between Studio Sandrinelli and Casa del Cinema within the ambit of the first edition of the “Esterno/Giorno” project, financed by the Province of Trieste, the special “Esterno/Giorno” itinerary was created inside the App FVG Film Locations and includes a selection of films shot in the province of Trieste. Thanks to the financial support mentioned above, these contents have been translated into Slovene and are still available on this web portal. The following partners participated in this project: