Inside the Uffizi

dir. Corinna Belz, Enrique Sánchez Lansch / 2021 / Germany / 96min.
Hidden doors open in this film about the iconic Uffizi Gallery in Florence, home to the world’s most prominent collection of Renaissance art

Hidden doors open in this film about the iconic Uffizi Gallery in Florence, home to the world’s most prominent collection of Renaissance art. Guided by passion, German Director Eike Schmidt and his Italian team master the sensitive balancing act between conservation and renewal. We dive into famous masterpieces that captivate visitors of all ages and nationalities.

duration:
96 min
country / year of production:
Germany / 2021
director:
Corinna Belz, Enrique Sánchez Lansch
cinematography:
Johann Feindt, Thomas Riedelsheimer
producer:
Thomas Kufus / zero one film GmbH
selected festivals and awards:
2021 – IDFA Amsterdam
sections:
Muse and Inspiration
competitions:
Chopin’s Nose Award
tags:
history art

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