Cinecittà Shows Off
Since 2011, Cinecittà Studios has been open to the public with the project Cinecittà Shows Off, a cultural initiative which aims at presenting the rich architectural heritage of the famed Dream Factory, offering the chance to visit the grand outdoor sets and the historic buildings whose halls host a number of themed exhibitions.
The showcased scenes, costumes, props, footage and period photographs narrate the history of Cinecittà and of the film productions that have contributed to its legend since 1937.
As soon as it opened, Cinecittà Shows Off began offering educational initiatives with the goal of letting young people explore the history of cinema and its trades. And since 2011, thousands of students have visited Cinecittà Shows Off, taking part in guided tours and diverse workshops.We work to share with the public the beauty of this place and the importance of the work that goes on here, to make a visit to the Studios both interesting and pleasant, alternating moments of in-depth observation with moments of relaxation, in the green spaces and the stylish Il Caffè di Cinecittà.
EXHIBITION AND SETS
The exhibition is divided into four parts, offering an interactive approach to the history of the Studios, with a particular focus on the Italian and International cinema productions and trades.
Cinecittà includes 19 indoor sound stages and a number of outdoor sets that from time to time undergo different setups according to the needs of the ongoing film and TV productions. Three large permanent sets can be toured every day with specialized guides.
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