3 MAY 2021

MEDIASET'S "THE GREAT BEAUTY" ADDS TWO NEW LOCATIONS, VENICE AND ROME

After launching the film documentary about Vatican, Mediaset Distribution presents two more titles Venice and Rome, discovering the architectural and natural heritage of the famous cities.

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“Venice the beauty of the lagoon”

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Mediaset Distribution announces the add of two new titles Venice and Rome to documentary series "The Great Beauty", a title broadcast in Italy in primetime by Canale 5 about the magnificent Italian cities.

After launching the film documentary Vatican, "The Great Beauty", an extraordinary journey filmed with the highest technology and the use of drones and hosted by Italian actor Cesare Bocci (Montalbano), Mediaset Distribution presents two more titles Venice and Rome, discovering the architectural and natural heritage of the famous cities.

Claudia Marra, Mediaset Distribution’s sales manager said: “The series of documentaries launched for the international markets is really appealing not only for the quality of the shots created by the drones but also for the Cesare Bocci’s contribute to explain the beauties of these Italian wonders to the world”.

“Venice the beauty of the lagoon” (1x90’): A journey to the most famous lagoon city with Its canals, ancient buildings, courtyards and squares while immersed in the lockdown silence. The doc discovers the story of the Doges and the millenary Republic, the works of its brilliant artists, the adventures of Giacomo Casanova and the Great Fires that tragically ruined the Teatro della Fenice. After a coffee in its famous cafes, the journey will continue unveiling the secrets of building a gondola.

“Rome – an open-air museum another unique city in the world” (1x90’): A walk through the ancient imperium of Rome, with its treasures, secrets and monuments of its glorious past. Filmed during the first lockdown period, a privileged view of famous Piazza di Spagna and Piazza Navona in total silence and no crowds, an unusual perspective of the Eternal City. Michelangelo, Raphael, Bernini, Borromini, Donna Olimpia, the Emperor Titus are only some of the topics told during the journey.