Anna Magnani (1908-1973) is on display in Rome at the Vittoriano Complex from
22 July to 22 October 2017 with free admission.
Objects, photographs, audio and video materials rehearsed the figure of the actress from his debut in theater and magazine, to the successes of CinecittÃ and Hollywood.
Anna Magnani (1908-1973) is an exhibition dedicated to this central figure of Italian cinema. Objects, photographs, audio and video materials rehearsed the figure of the actress from his debut in theater and magazine until the successes of CinecittÃ and Hollywood.
Mario Sesti, director, journalist and film critic, has active books and monographs on Italian New Cinema and authors such as Pietro Germi and Nanni Moretti. On the occasion, it uses the collaboration of the Experimental Center - Cineteca Nazionale, the Light Institute and the Teche Rai.
The exhibition is open from July 20 to October 22, 2017 in the Zanardelli del Vittoriano room, in close connection with a film cycle. The choice, as in the past for Lucio Dalla, emphasizes the love and respect of the Italians towards Anna Magnani and the desire, even of an institutional order, to include it in the novero of the new Illustri in the country.