In recent years, the National Museum of Cinema has organised a thorough selection of exhibitions based on their own collections and in collaboration with other cultural institutions.
Today, these exhibitions are available for touring in Italy and abroad, in a variety of venues (museums, galleries, public and private cultural institutions): you can find available exhibitions in this section. Some exhibitions are also associated with film retrospectives that can be made available as an additional offer.
Reporters from the biggest photographic agency in the world often recorded the production work that went into the classics of film history.
The principal characters, locations, scenes and moments in the production of Mario Martone’s film on the complex and often dramatic events of Italy’s risorgimento movement,
The exhibit curated by Peppino Ortoleva guides us into a journey in the company of an enduring mythology and its protagonists.
A series of images taken from the coverage of the sets of two great films: One-eyed Jacks (1961), by and with Marlon Brando and Michael Cacoyannis’s Zorba the Greek (1965), with Anthony Quinn.
Through a careful selection of photographs and posters, the exhibition offers the opportunity to take an in-depth look at the iconographic variants which have characterised the figure of Christ in the history of film.