News

Summer 2018 - The National Museum of Cinema

 July, August

The Museum will maintain regular opening hours throughout the summer. Tuesdays during August the Museum will be open 9.00 am to 8.00 pm. Wednesday 15 August (Assumption of Mary) the Museum and the Panoramic Lift will be open from 9.00 am to 8.00 pm.

 ...

Continue

Preview showing of the film series Cinema a Palazzo Reale: Giovanni Pastrone’s The Fire, with sonorization by I Giardini di Mirò.

Turin – 17 July 2018, 10.00 pm – Royal Palace Courtyard

Tuesday, 17 July, 10 pm. Courtyard of the Royal Palace. Film series entitled Cinema a Palazzo Reale. Preview showing of Giovanni Pastrone’s The Fire (1915) in the restored version curated by the National Museum of Cinema. Gabriele D’...

Continue

2018 Festival Dal tramonto all’Appia – film showing of the restored version of Maciste alpino.

Rome – 9 July 2018, 9.00 pm –Appia Antica Archeological Park, Villa dei Quintili

The Appia Antica, at sunset in the quiet of the Roman countryside, is the setting for the showing of the restored version (2014) of Luigi Maggi and Luigi Roberto Borgnetto’s Maciste alpino (1916), supervised by the National...

Continue

Inauguration of the exhibition IN ALTO. Il mondo di Domenico Riccardo Peretti Griva. 1882-1962. The exhibition is held in collaboration with the National Museum of Cinema.

Usseglio – 7 July 2018, 11.00 am – Museo Civico Alpino “Arnaldo Tazzetti”

Saturday, 7 July, 11.00 am, Museo Civico Alpino “Arnaldo Tazzetti” di Usseglio, the exhibition entitled IN ALTO. Il mondo di Domenico Riccardo Peretti Griva. 1882-1962 will be inaugurated. Installed at the Museo Civico Alpino “Arnaldo Tazzetti”...

Continue

Liberation Day and 1st May at the National Cinema Museum.

National Cinema Museum – From 25 April to 1st May 2018 – Mole Antonelliana

For the occasion of the upcoming Spring bank holidays, Liberation Day (25 April) and Labour Day (1st May) the National Cinema Museum will always stay open for the entire period at the following hours:

... Continue

The National Cinema Museum at the Pordenone Silent Film Festival.

Giuseppe Verdi Municipal Theatre – From 1 to 6 October 2017 – Pordenone

As is customary, the Turin National Cinema Museum will be present again this year at the new edition of the prestigious Giornate del Cinema Muto di Pordenone festival, reaching its thirty-sixth edition this year, and taking place from 30...

Continue

The National Cinema Museum at the Belgrade Nitrate Film Festival 2016, with Maciste Alpino.

Nitrate Film Festival – 12 June 2016, 5.00 p.m. - Kosovska 11, Belgrade

The National Cinema Museum will be present at the prestigious Belgrade Nitrate Film Festival 2016, which is deemed one of the first three festivals of its kind worldwide, with the screening of Maciste alpino (The warrior) by Luigi Maggi...

Continue

Live soundtrack played by Maestro Stefano Maccagno, for Maciste all’inferno. Before the film, presentation of the book The Maciste Films of Italian Silent Cinema.

Cinema Massimo – 18 March 2016, 8.30 p.m. – Screen Three

New rendez-vous for MAGNIFICENT VISIONS: The Permanent Festival of Restored Film, with the film screening of Maciste all’inferno (Maciste in Hell) by Guido Brignone in the version restored by...

Continue

INSPIRED BY ARCHIVES. Laboratories, tours and a round table on the heritage at the National Cinema Museum Historic Archive.

Library/Mediatheque – from 14 to 17 March 2016 – Historic Archive

The National Cinema Museum is also taking part in INSPIRED BY ARCHIVES 2016, the event promoted by Anai - National Italian Archives Association which will take place from 14 to 19 March 2016 throughout Italy, aiming at granting...

Continue