Cinecittà is the state-owned company whose main shareholder is the Italian Ministry of Culture. It holds one of the most important European film and photographic Archive, Istituto Luce, inscribed by UNESCO in the registry “Memory of the World”.
Cinecittà’s institutional work includes the promotion of Italian cinema, through projects presented in collaboration with the most relevant cultural institutions of the world: the Academy of Motion Pictures, Arts and Sciences, UCLA, University of Berkeley, MoMA, British Film Institute, Institut Français, Cinémathèque Française and many others. Cinecittà cooperates with major film festivals such as Cannes, Berlin, Toronto, Shanghai, Tokyo, Locarno, New York, London, Haifa and many others, by organizing national selections, guaranteeing the presence of Italian films and artists, and providing multifunctional spaces to help the promotion of our cinematography. It is also involved with the direct organization of numerous Film Festivals around the world: The Italian Film Festival in Tokyo, Cinema Italian Style in Los Angeles, Open Roads – New Italian Cinema in New York, The Festival of Italian Cinema of Barcelona, London and many others. The company also owns a film library with around 3000 titles subtitled in foreign languages for the promotion of Italian culture at major Institutes around the world, also in collaboration with the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Restorations and new prints are added every year.
Since July 2017, Cinecittà has been also managing the legendary Cinecittà Studios (founded in 1937), where Federico Fellini’s films have been filmed. Cinecittà Studios are the perfect location for high profile productions, like House of Gucci by Ridley Scott starring Lady Gaga.
- Chiara Sbarigia, President - Cinecittà
- Nicola Maccanico, CEO - Cinecittà
- Carla Cattani, Head Of Filmitalia Dpt. - Cinecittà
- Griselda Guerrasio, Senior Project Manager, Filmitalia Dpt. - Cinecittà
- Annabella Nucara, Senior Project Manager, Filmitalia Dpt. - Cinecittà