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Fondazione Cineteca Italiana (Milan, Italy) was established in Milan in 1947 by directors Luigi Comencini and Alberto Lattuada.
Member of FIAF since 1948 it develops its activities in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture, Regione Lombardia, Città Metropolitana, Comune di Milano, Comune di Paderno Dugnano (Mi).
Among the 25.000 titles of worldwide films dating since 1895, the Film Archive also preserves a batch of Italian animation. The heritage of Cineteca also boasts about 300 antique early cinema devices. Cineteca stores a photo collection of 100.000 pictures, original screenplays, books and magazines and 15.000 affiches.
In 2011 Cineteca created two interactive sections of the Museum: MIC-Interactive Film Museum, and the Augmented Reality Film Archive, two permanent exhibitions in which archive, Film Literacy, crossmedia and audience engagement are integrated. Cineteca’s theatres, (Spazio Oberdan, Area Metropolis 2.0 and MIC Theatre) offer around 2,000 screenings and host around 130.000 spectators a year