The National Cinema Museum in Turin is among the most important museums in the world for the richness of the heritage and the diversity of its scientific and educational activities. Set in one of the symbolic monuments of Turin: the Mole Antonelliana Museum spiraling upwards, multiple exposure levels, creating a spectacular presentation of its extraordinary collections and retracing the history of cinema from its origins to nowadays, in a charming interactive itinerary. In a setting of stage sets, projections and lighting effects, from exposure enriched with photographs, sketches and objects, itineraries give life to a spectacular presentation and let you discover firsthand the secrets hidden behind the camera and phases that precede the screening of the film. The Museum contains and illustrates the history of cinema in a fantastic and interactive itinerary: from the shadow theater and the first fascinating magic lantern that formed the prehistory of the "seventh art" to the spectacular special effects of today. It 'also center of cultural initiatives, the most important national and international level; For several years it has also further strengthened its commitment to the recovery and restoration of films that were thought irreparably lost.