Exhibit of Castel Sant’Angelo – “The Popes of hope: Art and Religion of seventeenth century in Rome”
The current exhibition of Castel Sant’Angelo is dedicated to the…
From January 24, 2015 you can visit “Cinecittà Shows Off“, a permanent exhibition that tells the story of Cinecittà and the most important productions that were built in the Studios and have contributed to the history of cinema.
The exhibition shows the most famous actors and the most successful films through a selection of photographs, fittings and most beautiful costumes used by the interpreters.
The exhibition presents films such as – The Siege of the Alcazar, 1940; The Iron Crown, 1941 – extracts from films of Neorealism – Miracle in Milan, 1951; Beautiful, 1951; Umberto D, in 1952 – and a wide selection dedicated to international cinema with actors like Audrey Hepburn; Jayne Mansfield, Ava Gardner and italians Sophia Loren, Gina Lollobrigida.
Western films, the italian comedy and the seventies and eighties are told in three different environments with sets made specifically for the exhibition.
The path ends with the arrival in the last room entirely dedicated to a great master of cinema as Sergio Leone whose scenery is inspired “Once upon a time in America”, where are screened extracts of his most important films: The Colossus of Rhodes, 1961; The good, the bad and the ugly, 1966; 1968; Fistful, 1971; Once Upon a Time in America, 1984.
Where: Cinecittà Studios, Via Tuscolana, 1055.
When: from 24 January, permanently.
Hours: Mon-Wed-Thur-Fri-Sat-Sun 9.30 am – 7 pm.