Guido Gobino and the Torino Film Festival
The Turin Film Festival was created in 1982 under the name of Young Cinema Festival and its intention is to attract a wide audience with the aim to explore the themes of youth filmmaking.
Over the years the festival has managed to mix art films and genre films, experimental research and rediscovery of forgotten classics, becoming more solid and recognized on an international dimension. This gradual evolution was determined in 1997, leading to a name change from “International Festival of Young Cinema” to “Torino Film Festival,” confirming the ambitions of an event that now operates firmly within the scope of major international festivals.
In recent editions, the Torino Film Festival has hosted filmmakers like Francis Ford Coppola, Wim Wenders, Roman Polanski, Oliver Stone, Emir Kusturica, John Boorman.
Guido Gobino’s long lasting partnership with the festival continues, providing offering customized packages and offering tastings of its selection of quality chocolates.
Again, with Guido Gobino, Artisan Chocolate marries art, declined in the amaing world of cinematography.