Palazzina Fellini was Federico Fellini’s second home at Cinecittà. Here where the Maestro would first screen his productions, clients can host 150 guests on purple leather folding chairs. The room is equipped with a giant screen suitable for 35mm films as well as digital and 3D movies, and offers a platform upon request. At the entrance we find a foyer with a reception and a cloakroom. Sala Visconti and the Sky Lounge are perfect for relaxed gatherings and informal meetings. Catering is available in the winter garden adjacent to the Palazzina and at "Il Caffè di Cinecittà," a nearby lounge/restaurant situated on the grounds of Cinecittà.
Technical equipment includes: Room lights; Film PA system (surround); One Blu-Ray DVD/CD Player; Three hand microphones with table top stand; One 8000 Ansi lumens 16:9-4:3 1400X1050 Christie projector; One 8 x 4 meter front projection screen; One computer; One switcher video; 63 AMP 3 Phase Stage; Single-phase 5 x 16AMP Theatre; Air conditioning and heating system; Wi-fi connection available upon request.
GUIDED VISITS TO THE SETS AND THE EXHIBITION Guided visits include permanent sets (Ancient Rome and the Temple of Jerusalem), the permanent exhibition "Cinecittà Shows Off" and the U-571 submarine featured in the movie of the same name. These tours offer a unique opportunity to learn more about the history of the City of Cinema through fun and interesting facts, and anecdotes about the life of the “Dream Factory.”