Cinecittà “has never been so busy with serial, international, Italian, television, theatrical productions,” as the CEO Nicola Maccanico told reporters at the Venice Film Festival
Italian Pavilion is back, ready to welcome all experts and artistic delegations and Italian industry operators.
Claudia Cardinale, a multifaceted diva, is at the center of a great celebration entitled Claudia Cardinale the Indomitable, a tribute organized by Cinecittà featuring a book and an exhibition at MoMA.
70 tons of steel for 73 meters in length. Rebuilding the submarine Cappellini for the film Comandante was the last huge endeavor undertaken with the contribution of Cinecittà.
Vanessa Beecroft has accepted the invitation of President Chiara Sbarigia to create a site-specific performance at Cinecittà that sees the women of Rome as protagonists.
Cinecittà is the state-owned company whose main shareholder is the Italian Ministry for Culture subsidising its activities on an annual basis
Italy for Movies (www.italyformovies.it) is the Italian film location and production incentive portal created by Cinecittà, in partnership with the Italian Film Commissions association and under the coordination of the Directorate Generals for Film and Tourism of the Italian Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism
Cinecittà promotes Italian cinema abroad, and increase the distribution of Italian films on the International market
Cinecittà Studios: 80 years of cinema and there’s still more story to tell. In a lot of over 400,000 square metres, the stages are framed by tree-lined streets and charming and versatile corners. 19 stages for production, with approx. 400 offices, dressing rooms, hair and make-up spaces and storage rooms, plus a spacious backlot of over 100,000 square metres