Promotional drive for Italian Audiovisual Production
Cinecittà promotes Italian cinema abroad, and increase the distribution of Italian films on the International market. Functioning under the patronage of the Ministry of Culture-Direction Cinema, Cinecittà plays an all round and leading role in the promotion of Italian audiovisual production.
Drawing on its own strategic and specialist expertise in the field of marketing and communications, Cinecittà aims to develop tools and gather resources to interact with key targets, and increase the significance of the Italian film and audiovisual industry in both the national and international markets. In order to achieve the significant and ambitious objectives that it has set itself, Cinecittà has identified a series of key steps to be implemented over time in order to encourage foreign sales of Italian film products. The most important of these are the medium-long term agreements and projects to be pursued with various companies in the sector, the creation of close and dynamic relations, the provision of training and studies to achieve constant improvement in the film promotion system and finally the creation of new development opportunities.
Cinecittà’s activities include, the collaboration with all of the major International film festivals like Cannes, Berlin, Venice, Toronto, Shanghai, Locarno, New York and London, the organization of the national selections, the presence of Italian films and artists in the various festivals, and providing its own expository and promotional space within all the major international film markets designed to provide support to the distributors and other Italian film industry professionals, so as to increase and maintain the industry’s visibility and distribution abroad.Filmitalia is also involved in the organization of numerous events which take place in countries with strong commercial potential, take for example the Italian Screenings in Italy, the Festival of Italian Cinema in Tokyo, Open Roads – New Italian Cinema in New York, Italian Cinema Festivals in London, Istanbul, Barcelona and Eastern European Countries ("Mittelcinema"); and maintain contacts between the artists, festivals, buyers and the Italian film industry.
Cinecittà runs a bilingual database on Italian film productions since 2000 which can be viewed on our website www.filmitalia.org, an indispensable tool for Italian and foreign sector operators. Of late the Italian Film industry continues to win international acclaim, thanks to these film festivals, exhibitions, and various promotional events.
For more info: https://www.filmitalia.org/en/index/
A month of programming to celebrate the Italian master of thrills at the Southbank Institute from May 1 to 23.
A great event dedicated to Italian cinema and culture, returns to over 20 Portugal cities
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.
The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, to be inaugurated soon, has just announced that Istituto Luce-Cinecittà has officially become one of his Founding Supporter.