Raphael - The Lord of the Arts
A 2017 Sky Italy and Magnitudo Film, in collaboration with the Vatican Museums. The film is directed by Luca Viotto, who died shortly before the film was released. Audio in English with Chinese subtitles.
The life of Raffaello Sanzio (1483-1520), starting from his birth in Urbino and from the family sphere, is followed in his Florentine and Roman periods through the presentation and reading of 70 works of art of which more than 40 by the great painter. He died at the age of 37 and yet managed to leave an indelible mark on the history of art.
The artistic collaboration is entrusted to the authoritative and passionate commentary of three famous art historians, Antonio Paolucci, Antonio Natali and Vincenzo Farinella - will leave from Urbino, the birthplace of Raphael, will lap Florence and land in Rome and the Vatican, the apex and epilogue of the dazzling career of the artist. 20 locations and 70 works, of which over 30 signed by Raffaello, will be told through multiple exclusives and unpublished points of view. The historical reconstructions were inspired by the 19th century French paintings that testify some fragments of Raphael's life.
Among the works of Raphael in the film, a special chapter is dedicated to the Tapestries, whose design was commissioned to Raphael by Pope Leo X at the end of 1514, now kept in the Raphael Hall in the Vatican Museums.
The actor and director Flavio Parenti will lend his face to Raffaello Sanzio during the historical reconstructions, while Fornarina, the woman loved by the artist, will be played by Angela Curri.
Enrico Lo Verso will play the role of Giovanni Santi and Marco Cocci those of Pietro Bembo.
Scenography and costumes are curated by two excellences of Italian cinema, Francesco Frigeri and Maurizio Millenotti. Filming took place in Urbino, Florence and Rome.
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