If in people’s minds the Italian cities traditionally associated with the world of cinema are Rome (for Cinecittà) and Venice (for the Biennale), Milan’s crucial role in experimenting with this 7th form of art and spreading it outside of Italy’s borders shouldn’t be forgotten.

With posters, videos, and photographs displayed for the first time, the exhibit “Milan and the Cinema” documents the history of film in Milan. Particular emphasis is given to those films that rendered homage to our city, from “Cronoca di un amore” by Michelangelo Antonioni and “Miracolo a Milano” by Vittorio De Sica to “Rocco e i suoi fratelli” by Luchino Visconti.

Guided visit (in Italian) to the exhibit “Milano e il Cinema” at Palazzo Morando – Saturday, November 17, 10:45 A.M.
Cultural assistant: Milano Guida
Place and time: via Sant’Andrea 6 – 10:45 A.M.
Fee: €22,00

Deadline: November 8 (for the payment of the fee and the confirmation of the participation)

Information:
02 7600 6132
amici@museobagattivalsecchi.org

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