Far East Film - Hospitality

The twenty-second edition of the Far East Film Festival is postponed to the beginning of summer – from 26 June to 4 July 2020, to be exact. New deadlines for submitting your hospitality request will be online soon.

Cinema critics, specialized journalists, representatives of international festivals and film archives, buyers, as well as university professors and students of cinema and oriental languages, can apply for the Festival accommodation. A small financial help is asked for every night offered:
10 € per night for a stay in single room
5 €  per night for a stay in double room
The financial help is not required from the students of Cinema and oriental languages.

Accommodation does not include accreditation to the festival.


Hospitality is usually offered to one representative per publication/website, festival, film archive or distribution company. 
Requests can be made starting from 3 February till 20 March 2020 by sending an e-mail to the Hospitality Office (registration@cecudine.org), indicating clearly the name of the company or newspaper/website/radio, TV station, film archive or festival, stating their role and their preferred length of stay at the festival. The Far East Film Hospitality Office will reply to the request as soon as possible, indicating how many nights the Festival can cover. The reply counts as confirmation of the hospitality. The people registered, with the accommodation provided by the festival, will receive detailed information about their stay in Udine by 15 April 2020.
Type of accommodations: in a three star hotel, B&B or equivalent, located downtown or near the railway station (breakfast is included at the structure owner’s discretion).

Please note that accommodation does not include accreditation to the festival.


With the aim of enhancing the knowledge of Asian cinema, Far East Film offers to university professors and students of cinema and oriental languages the possibility of having accommodation during  the festival.
Professors already in our mailing-list will receive the invitation by e-mail, along with the information to apply for accommodation. University professors who are not included in the Far East Film mailing-list but are interested in attending the festival or in sending some students, can send an e-mail to registration@cecudine.org, specifying name and surname, position, university, faculty, department, course, e-mail, phone number and/or mobile. Students too can write us to submit a professor's contacts, specifying the information above mentioned.  
Nights offered
The hospitality offered by the festival comprises a period of four nights for the professor and five students for Institute/University. If you are interested in attending the festival for more than 4 nights due to  a particular interest in Asian cinema (thesis, university research and so on), please send an e-mail to registration@cecudine.org specifying your motivation. In this specific case, thanks to some families, it will be possible to receive hospitality also for the whole festival in some private houses. 
The hospitality has to be requested by 29 February 2020. The request for the students has to be submitted by the reference professor. It is possible to choose between two options: 
Term A - from 25 April (arrival) to 29 April 2020 (departure)
Term B - from 29 April (arrival) to 3 May 2020 (departure)
Professors can apply for accommodation for themselves or for their students. Every applicant will receive a confirmation e-mail if their hospitality request has been accepted.
The hospitality confirmation has to be followed within 8 days by the accreditation request along with a picture and proof of payment, otherwise accommodation will be cancelled.
Types of accommodation:
-    Professors and researchers: accommodation in a three-star hotel (or equivalent) located downtown or near the railway station, usually in single room if available (it will be particularly appreciated the availability to share a twin room with a colleague);
-    Other types of professors (i.e. delegates, supply professors): twin room accommodation in a two-star hotel (or equivalent) located downtown or near the railway station.
-    Students: accommodation in multiple bedrooms in hostels, guest houses and  B&B.
Groups of students from the same university are usually lodged in the same place. Rooms are assigned at our discretion and according to gender.