The ninth edition of the International Documentary Festival Visioni dal Mondo took place in Milan from Thursday 14 to Sunday 17 September 2023.
The Festival took place at the Litta Theatre, the Cineteca Milano Arlecchino Cinema and the National Museum of Science and Technology Leonardo da Vinci.
Litta TheaterLitta Theater
Corso Magenta, 24 – 20123 Milano
The Litta is the oldest theater in activity in Milan; located in the historic center, occupies a wing of the noble Arese Litta, whose construction took place in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Palazzo Litta, today considered one of the most significant works of late Lombard Baroque architecture, represented, until the end of the last century, one of the liveliest cultural, political and economic centers of the city.
The Teatro Litta, home to the projections, with a capacity of 200 seats was the venue for the Italian Feature Film Contest, New Talent First Feature Contest and Visioni Incontra.
CinetecaCineteca Milano Arlecchino Cinema
Via S. Pietro All’Orto, 9 – 20121 Milano
Founded in 1948, and dedicated to the homonymous mask, symbol of Freedom, Cinema Arlecchino represents a model of modern art cinema, unique in the city of Milan. Today, Cineteca Milano Arlecchino offers a programme that combines exceptional appointments and first screenings with wide-ranging reviews of great classics and great authors of international cinema, to invite spectators to dream once again at the theatre.
The cinema, with a capacity of 250 seats, hosted the International Contest film screenings.
MuseumThe Leonardo da Vinci National Science and Technology Museum
Via San Vittore, 21, 20123 Milano
The Leonardo da Vinci National Science and Technology Museum, founded in 1953, is today one of the largest technical science museums in Europe. Set in the cloisters of a 16th-century Olivetan monastery, it covers an area of around 50,000 square metres. Here you can discover exhibitions and interactive workshops dedicated to energy, materials, communication, transport, food and particle physics, and visit the world’s most important collection of historical models built from Leonardo da Vinci’s drawings.
The Museum hosted the Visioni VR Contest dedicated to documentary works in virtual reality and interactive experiences.