A guided tour at SOUNDFRAMES. Cinema and music on show and at a "Hearing cinema" special tour in the dark, in collaboration with the Italian Blind and Sight Impaired Union (UICI) and Tactile Vision.
National Cinema Museum – 10 March 2018, at 6.20 p.m. and at 7.30/9.00 p.m. – Mole Antonelliana
For the occasion of the great SoundFrames. Cinema and music on show exhibition – which may be viewed throughout 2018 at the Mole Antonelliana – families and the public will be able to gain insights into the exhibition theme on Saturday 10 March, by means of a guided tour, or have a one-off and novel experience with the Hearing cinema tour in the dark, organised in collaboration with the Italian Blind and Sight Impaired Union (UICI) and Tactile Vision.
The guided tour at the SoundFrames exhibition (lasting 1 hour) will take place at 6.20 p.m., revealing and describing the articulated pairing of cinema and music through a scenographic and interactive layout: silent cinema, musicals, videoclips and rock movies. An itinerary for discovering the role of music in the history of film and of its greatest protagonists and stars. The exhibition circuit features continuous screenings all along the ramp. Each screening has specific audio, which may be heard only by using headphones.
Tour cost: € 5 per person + Museum admission. Booking advised, by filling in this form and sending it to firstname.lastname@example.org - Info: +39 - 011- 8138564/65.
6.00 p.m – Slot reserved for Musei Torino Piemonte Season-ticket card holders – Toll-free Number 800.329.329
At 7.30 and at 9.00 p.m. it will be the turn of the Hearing cinema tours in the dark: a circuit in the darkness led by blind persons, who will accompany blindfolded visitors along the helicoidal ramp to be guided in listening to famous music soundtracks, from the silent era to sound, from musicals to videoclips, from auteur cinema to horror. Cinema to be listened to, even before watching it.
Duration: 1 ½ hours. Cost: 5 € per person + Museum admission. Booking required: email@example.com.
An experience that is as fascinating as it much as it is a novel one, which visitors at the National Cinema Museum in Turin will also be able to experience throughout the coming months. This initiative, organised in collaboration with the Italian Blind and Sight Impaired Union (UICI) in Turin and with the Tactile Vision Onlus association, is part of the packed agenda of events connected to the exhibition and will be repeated on 21 April and on 19 May.