Rome, Italy | As of June, Italy has a digital cinema and cultural platform called ITsArt which is considered “Italian Netflix”, as it gives access to films, museums and shows held across the country.
The platform, promoted by the Ministry of Culture, offers a catalog of more than 700 content, some of which are free and some are paid.
The stage begins with the concert of the National Academy Orchestra of Santa Cecilia directed by master Antonio Papano, the musical illustration of Villa Popa performed by the Pompey Archaeological Park and a digital visit to the National Gallery of Modern Art in Rome with Gavino Murgia music, among the selected shows for the month of June.
Minister Dario Franceschini explained: “A virtual fund joins the real fund to multiply audiences around the world, making sure that the virtual will never replace live performances.”
Through the platform, you can watch classic films by masters such as Luchino Visconti, Federico Fellini and Vittorio De Sica to live concerts at La Scala in Milan, San Carlos Theater in Naples or the Opera in Rome.
The documentary section will allow you to visit the most famous landmarks and museums in Italy, including the Egyptian Museum in Turin, the ruins of Pompeii and the Colosseum in Rome.
The contents can be viewed in Italian and English and can now be accessed in Italy and the United Kingdom. After that, the platform will be accessed from other countries.