On August 4, 2010, I went to the Museo Nazionale del Cinema, Turin, Italy. It was pretty diverse and had information on both American and European cinema.
The exhibition was REBELS Marlon Brando and Anthony Quinn. Photographs by Sam Shaw.
There were several different viewing screens. One screen showed avant-garde works and had toilets for the seats and a poster of Phantom of Liberty nearby.
Fun entrance to the cartoon room.
Images were projected at the top of the ceiling and you could also take an elevator through the top of the building.
Bigger than life refrigerator.
A place to recline and watch clips of rare movies.
Clips of the following films or posters were shown at the cinema museum (listed below):
Not in the database:
Piu forte che Sherlock Holmes (G. Pastrone, 1913)
Cretinetti che bello! (A. Deed, 1909)
Come fu che l’ingordigia rovino il Natale a CretinettiA. Deed, 1910)
Howlers of the Dock/Urlatori alla sbarra (L. Fulci, 1960)
Il Fauno (F. Mari, 1917)
Nozze d’oro/The Golden Wedding (Luigi Maggi, Arturo Ambrosio, 1911)
La caduta di Troia/The Fall of Troy (1911)
Vittoria o morte (1913)
Il fuoco (la favilla – la vampa – la cenere)/The Fire (IMDB says: 1916, The Museum says: 1915)