From 5 to 10 June, film screenings, workshops for schools and families, exhibitions and events for younger audiences to tell the many faces of the ‘highlands’.

The 71st edition of Trento Film Festival in Bolzano has been organised thanks to the contribution of the Municipality of Bolzano and the Lifelong Learning, Libraries, Audiovisual and Youth Policy Offices of the Autonomous Province of Bolzano’s Department of Italian Culture, in cooperation with CAI Bolzano.

The programme of events will take place in the traditional setting of Parco dei Cappuccini. From 5 to 10 June, a large number of activities and workshops will be on offer here as part of the T4Future section, dedicated to younger visitors and the future of the planet, and designed in cooperation with Fondazione UPAD. Alongside these there will be the exhibition The Climbers, a series of portraits of mountaineering icons in the first half of the 20th century by the internationally renowned photographer Jim Herrington, who will be a guest at the Bolzano Festival and offer a photography workshop at the Centro Trevi – TreviLab.

Parco dei Cappuccini will also host the information point for Bolzano Cammina, an event organised by the Municipality of Bolzano and Fondazione UPAD. Many of the proposed itineraries will start from here.

The Sala delle Aste in Palazzo Mercantile will play host to MontagnaLibri, the international mountain publishing fair, presenting guidebooks, handbooks, treatises, photography books, reports, diaries, literary works and biographies. MontagnaLibri Kids, the adventurous and colourful children’s book section, will instead be housed in the Sandro Amadori library at the Circolo Culturale Don Bosco.

FieraMesse BolzanoBozen will present the first multisensorial performance open to the public with the Wanderlust Vision project and Klaus.

NOI Techpark will focus attention on innovation and sustainability, while events dedicated to a younger public will be proposed at the DRIN, in cooperation with BeYoung.
The films meeting with greatest favour at the 71st edition in 2023 will be screened at the FilmClub Bolzano – Capitol.

The opening film in this year’s edition will instead be presented at the Free University of Bolzano’s Faculty of Art and Design.

UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED: all events are freely accessible and without charge. In the event of rain, some events may be subject to changes, with all updates provided at