Sky and Nexo Digital, in collaboration with the Vatican Museums, and Magnitude Film, have a three-day movie which is expected unforgettable; Raphael, Prince of Arts in 3D (3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10 April 2017, on Urbino movie theaters). After the great success of public and critics of the first three documentary movies, here is the retrospective devoted to the painter of Urbino, celebrating with an innovative and very cinematic aspect.
The movie, recognized by MiBACT of national cultural interest, will be attended by Antonio Paolucci, Antonio Natali and Vincenzo Farinella, art historians much appreciated. The narrative will cover the places where Raphael has left an indelible mark in the history of art: Urbino, Florence and the Vatican City, in Rome.
In the documentary movie, important names of Italian cinema will lend their faces to Raphael, the Fornarina, Giovanni Santi and Pietro Bembo; we are talking about Flavio Parenti, Angela Curri, Enrico Lo Verso and Marco Cocci.
The movie will make use of the latest technologies related to the big screen, such as 3D and UHD, for a total duration of ninety minutes, and it will be subsequently addressed in another sixty countries around the world.