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Revitalising Italian cinema: Rome's Cinecittà Studios receives €260m fund

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Revitalising Italian cinema: Rome's Cinecittà Studios receives €260m fund

Revitalising Italian cinema: Rome's Cinecittà Studios receives €260m fund

Once the stomping ground of Italy's greatest directors and actors, from Federico Fellini to Sophia Loren, Rome's renowned Cinecitta film studios are planning a much-needed makeover for a new era.


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