VR EFFECT! Virtual Reality Cinema

Temple Hall - CineVR1 and 2

A Museum' area dedicated to virtual reality

 A recently renewed set-up, a new area dedicated to virtual reality, produced in partnership with Rai Cinema, CineVR is the first Italian permanent movie theatre completely dedicated to VR which features a non-stop daily programme, screening movies conceived and realised with this technique.

Visitors of the National Museum of Cinema will be able to pick one of the movies available in the visors’ library and reserve a viewing directly from the virtual reality desk. Movies will be screened on a loop while a technologically advanced hygienic system allows to sanitise the visors in one minute, ensuring the standards required by present regulations.


Screening programme until January, 29th



Tiny Uppercase by Carlo Massari / Balletto Teatro di Torino

I Nostri Sogni by Riccardo Denaro


Ophelia by Diana Dell’Erba (Italy 2023, 8’)

Proto VR by Omar Rashid

Four short films

L’arrivo di un treno alla stazione di Torrenieri (Italia 2022, 2’)

Drive Your Style (Italy 2019, 2’)

Drumpossible (Italy 2017, 2’)

Being Omar Rashid (Italy 2023, 3’)


Divina Commedia VR - Inferno (7’) and Divina Commedia VR - Purgatorio (9’) by Federico Basso

Vulcano by Omar Rashid


Tales of the March by Stefano Casertano (from 27 to 29 January and from 28 February)


Due to the immersive technology of VR devices, the use of VR headsets is allowed only to people over 12 and is not recommended to pregnant women, people with epilepsy, heart or visual conditions, and people with pace-makers, cochlear implants, hearing aids.