A rich Italian Cinema program opens the autumn season of the prestigious Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, designed by Renzo Piano, thanks to the exclusive collaboration - renewed again this year - between CINECITTÀ and the ACADEMY, the most important film institution worldwide.
Rome encounters the world as an elective place of the imagination. It does so with its 18th edition, in Italy the age symbol of adulthood. Cinecittà treads alongside and within the Festival with documentaries and restorations, productions shot in its stages, through MIAC - the Audiovisual and Cinema Museum.
Cinecittà has once again become fully competitive and appealing for domestic and international production companies.
Once again this year, the pavilion is the central pole of the Italian audiovisual industry at Venice, hosting a packed calendar of conferences, presentations, awarding events, debates, round tables, and one-to-one meetings from August 30 to September 8.
Pino Settanni (1949-2010) was one of the most original, lively and eclectic contemporary master photographers. An artist who in recent years has been increasingly rediscovered through exhibitions and publications after the acquisition by the Luce Archive of his entire photographic collection, made up of over 60,000 images.
Three films shot at Cinecittà Studios are in competition at the 80th Venice Film Festival, some of which also engaged its staff.
A three-day event full of appointments, which will host top players from all over the world, confirming itself as a fundamental opportunity for dialogue between national operators, institutions and protagonists of the world audiovisual scene.
An exceptionally comprehensive collection of pieces of contemporary Italian cinema is represented by 12 films. A great number of Italian talents will accompany their films in the various sections of KVIFF organized by Cinecittà.
The inaugural CINECITTÀ ITALIAN DOCS will bring three acclaimed and remarkable documentaries to London’s Bertha DocHouse 24-25 June