Venues & How to Access

The 14th edition of the Ca’ Foscari Short Film Festival takes place from March 20th to 23rd, 2024, widespread in Venice, thanks to the collaboration of several partner institutions. Below you can find how to access and reserve a seat in each venue.

ACCESSFREE ADMISSION (subject to availability)
WHERE: Campo Santa Margherita, Dorsoduro 3689, 30123 Venezia
Main venue of the Ca’ Foscari Short Film Festival since its first edition.

ACCESS: FREE ADMISSION (subject to availability)
WHERE: Palazzetto Tito, Dorsoduro 2826, Venice
INFO: tel. +39 041 5208879 | email:
Founded in 1898 from Felicita Bevilacqua La Masa’s bequest, the BLM Foundation is a public institution belonging to the Municipality of Venice that deals with contemporary art and organizes exhibitions and meetings, dedicated to the promotion of young artists and to present internationally known artists. The BLM Foundation is the only Italian public institution to assign, for a training year, 15 ateliers to as many artists active in the various fields of visual arts.

ACCESS: FREE ENTRANCE by invitation (please arrive in the museum lobby at least 5 minutes beforehand)
WHERE: Santa Croce 2076, 30135 Venezia
INFO: tel. 041 5241173 | email:
The Museum of Oriental Art, located on the third floor of Ca’ Pesaro, houses a collection of works from the Far East, collected by Enrico di Borbone on a journey he made in the nineteenth century. These include numerous Japanese works from the Edo period (1603-1868): prints, musical instruments, objects, shadow theatre figures.

ACCESS: FREE ADMISSION (subject to availability)
WHERE: Palazzo Mocenigo, Santa Croce 1990, 30135 Venezia
INFO: tel. +39 041 2747140
Inaugurated on September 23, 2008, Casa del Cinema hosts the activities of the Pasinetti Video Library to further enrich the city’s cultural offer. Classics in their original version with subtitles, reviews of auteur cinema, films and videos of Venetian production, book presentations and meetings with the authors: this is the panorama of the offer on display.

ACCESS: FREE ADMISSION – For the screenings, those interested must be 5 minutes before the scheduled time in front of street number 17 in Piazza San Marco (for those arriving later, a regular ticket for the Museum will be required)
WHERE: Piazza S. Marco, 17/52
INFO: +39 041 296 76 63
The National Archaeological Museum of Venice is a museum dedicated to archeology, located in Piazza San Marco, at the Procuratie Nuove. It houses a collection of antiquities, the result of Venetian collecting, with examples of Greek sculptures from the 5th-4th century BC, the Galati Grimani, portraits from the Roman era, reliefs, inscriptions, ceramics, ivories, gems and a numismatic collection.

ACCESS: FREDD ADMISSION subject to availability for viewing of short films only, possibility to apply for a special reduced ticket to visit the museum afterwards
WHERE: Ramo Grimani, Castello 4858
INFO: +39 041 2411507
For the city of Venice, Palazzo Grimani represents a precious novelty of international relevance, due to the originality of its architecture, the decorations and the peculiar events ascribable to this place: a fragment of Rome in the heart of the lagoon, which has recently returned to host the collection of antiques once belonging to Patriarch John. The “Domus Grimani” installations of 2019 and 2021 have enriched the guided tour and brought the palace back to its sixteenth-century splendor.

ACCESS: FREE ADMISSION (subject to availability)
WHERE: Giardini della Biennale, Castello 1260
INFO: +39 041 2413972
Located at the entrance to the Giardini della Biennale, In Paradiso Ristorante e Bar includes 150 m2 of private garden, a charming terrace overlooking the San Marco Basin and 300 m2 of indoor exhibition space (InParadiso Art Gallery), the latter opened on June 9, 2007, in conjunction with the 52nd Biennale International Art Exhibition.