The seventh edition of the International Documentary Festival Visioni dal Mondo will take place from Thursday 16 to Sunday 19 September 2021.
For the new edition of the Festival we are currently planning an ambitious programme to be experienced both online and in presence in accordance with the government regulations.
The locations of the 7th edition of the long-awaited appointment with the Feature Documentary are confirmed: Teatro Litta, one of the most significant works of Lombard architecture, and Museo Nazionale Scienza e Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci, the most important Technology and Science’s museum in Italy and one of the most important ones across Europe. The museum will also be a cultural partner of the Festival, as for its past editions.
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 will be equipped with the most professional cinema equipment
National MuseumThe Leonardo da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology
Via San Vittore, 21 – 20123 Milano
The Leonardo da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology, founded in 1953, is today one of the largest technical and scientific museums in Europe. Immersed in the cloisters of a sixteenth century Olivetan monastery, it extends for about 50,000 square meters. It is the Museum where you can discover exhibitions and interactive workshops dedicated to energy, materials, communication, transport, food and particle physics, and where you can visit the world’s most important collection of historical models built from drawings by Leonardo da Vinci.
The ‘Auditorium’ where the screening will take place preserves the elegance of the original structure of the ‘50s, enhancing it with the introduction of technical equipment and innovative furnishings. It has a capacity of 234 seats.