Cinecittà Studios

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INFO Cinecittà is Rome’s renowned film studio, founded in 1937 at the height of Fascism in Italy, consisting of pre-production, production, and post-production capabilities all incorporated on one lot. The 22-stage lot has... ... read more

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Cinecittà Studios - Event Space in Rome.

Cinecittà is Rome’s renowned film studio, founded in 1937 at the height of Fascism in Italy, consisting of pre-production, production, and post-production capabilities all incorporated on one lot.

The 22-stage lot has been the production site for thousands of Italy’s motion picture films as well as international films and Academy Award winners. Past films produced at Cinecittà Studios include Gangs of New York, Cleopatra, Ben Hur, and La Dolce Vita.

When the studio isn’t in action filming movies, TV shows, and music videos, it also serves as an event venue. Gucci, American Express, and Sony have all hosted large-scale corporate events at Cinecittà. The lot has five different event spaces great for dinners, conventions, or galas ranging from 350 to 3,000 guests.

Cinecittà is a site with an enormous amount of history. The studio honors its past and present with the Cinecittà Show Off exhibit and tour, open to the public six days a week.

Cinecittà Studios User Reviews

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Cinecitta was filmed here!
Tara R. Dec 13, 2012
Cinecitta should be a compulsory stop on any Roman holiday. The center of the Italian film industry, Cinecitta was Fellini’s second home. Rumor has it he even built a mini apartment in one of the film studios so he didn’t have to leave. At the museum you can stand on the same stage where the Trevi Fountain was recreated for the famous scene in La Dolce Vita. You can also walk around the streets of “Rome”—at least, where HBO filmed their series of the same name. There are also old costumes and props used on the set in the museum building itself. Cinecitta is an active filming site so you never know who you might run into if you decide to turn up. It may be at the end of the metro line, but it’s the center of Italy’s film industry.
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