Via Tuscolana, 1055
10% discount on ticket of exhibitions
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 – for the first time – 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. The exhibition is divided into three parts, Why Cinecittà (1936-1945), Shooting in Cinecittà (1937-1989) and Backstage – Cinecittà’s Educational Route and three large permanent sets that can be toured every day with specialized guides: the set of Ancient Rome, the set of the Temple of Jerusalem and the set of Florence in 1400. Cinecittà Si Mostra is also dedicated to kids with Cinebimbicittà, the workshop where children can try out new things, play and have fun.
For information: +39 06 72293269
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Vicolo del Puttarello, 25
Italy’s National Film Archive - part of the Experimental Center of Cinematography - presents throughout the year, from September to June, a rich programme featuring retrospectives, tributes, meetings with filmmakers at the Cinema Trevi, located near the Trevi Fountain.
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For the programme, please visit the Cinema Trevi website:
Piazza Giovanni da Triora, 15
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Theatre, music, dance, cinema, hostaria, library, art gallery for artists of Rome. And best of all ideas, projects of all those who live and live. But above all, the love for the Garbatella and Rome.
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