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Via Veneto – Roma

Via Vittorio Veneto, Roma, Città Metropolitana di Roma, 00187, Lazio, Italia

Via Veneto – Roma

Via Vittorio Veneto, Roma, Città Metropolitana di Roma, 00187, Lazio, Italia


Between the late 1950s and early 1960s, Rome experienced a moment of great artistic and cultural activity where actors, painters, nobles and cultural figures were inspired by the search for a life of unstoppable pleasure. The central point of this era was Via Veneto whose cafès were crowded every evening with the old glories of Italian and American cinema. It was easy to run into paparazzi hunting for a scoop or the perfect shot of famous cinema stars and those in search of fame amidst the tables of places like Harry’s Bar, Doney, Gran Cafè Roma, Cafè de Paris, which were all located on the stretch that links Piazza Barberini to Porta Pinciana, less than 1 km long.

Federico Fellini, in his genius, immortalized this historical moment, its characters and the street itself in his masterpiece La dolce vita (1960).

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Roma Lazio Film Commission
Via Tuscolana 1055 — 00173 Roma
Phone: +39 06 72286273/320
Fax: +39 06 722 1127
Email: info@romalaziofilmcommission.it

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007 — Spectre
Spy film
Directed by: Sam Mendes
Dark Glasses
Film thriller, horror
Directed by: Dario Argento
Film drama
Directed by: Paolo Virzì
Febbre da cavallo
Film comedy
Directed by: Steno
La dolce vita
Film drama
Directed by: Federico Fellini
The Great Beauty
Film drama
Directed by: Paolo Sorrentino
To Rome With Love
Film comedy
Directed by: Woody Allen