The 58th TrentoFilmfestival, the prestigious festival (the oldest one of its kind in the world and since 2005 directed by Maurizio Nichetti) of narrative, documentary, journalistic and fiction films featuring nature, man and adventure set in the world of mountains.
Films from the world over, selected for the originality of their story, or the way of portraying the mountains and the relationship between man and nature.
Dolomite will serve as the main sponsor of the 58th TrentoFilmfestival. This is a wonderful opportunity to promote the mountains from every perspective: through the eye of the movie camera, in books, and through footwear that has gone down in the history of outdoor adventure.
All the staff of the TrentoFilm Festival wear the Dolomite shoes – Scramble gtx and the apparel collection p/e 2010.
A key attraction is the first Italian-language screening of Nanga Parbat, directed directed in collaboration with mountaineer Reinhold Messner by Joseph Vilsmayer—winner of the 1996 TrentoFilmFestival with his film Schlafes Bruder ("Brother of Sleep," based on the best-selling novel by Robert Schneider).
On Friday 30 April 2010, the 58th TrentoFilmfestival will screen a silent film accompanied by live music in the S. Chiara Auditorium. This year the film is Der Heilige Berg (The Sacred Mountain) starring Leni Riefenstahl and Luis Trenker, made in 1926 by Arnold Fanck, one of the masters of mountain films. The original soundtrack composed by Edmund Meisel will be played by the Haydn Orchestra of Bolzano and Trento conducted by Helmut Imig.