If you’re heading over to Milan before the end of June this year and you're also a film fan it might be worth taking a tour of the Maranello – the home of Ferrari – for a unique exhibition.
As part of the company’s 60th Anniversary celebrations, Ferrari are putting on its second film-inspired exhibition devoted to the actors and films that have contributed to making Ferrari a legend. On show will be more than 40 previously unseen photographs taken from the Ferrari archive and featuring international film stars who fell under the spell of the prancing horse either on set or in their private lives.
Clips from over 70 different films have been edited together too to tell the story of Ferrari’s output over the last 60 years through cameos from its most glittering car stars.
The exhibition also includes a selection of posters, adverts and stills from movies and, of course, the cars themselves, including the 250 GT California, which appeared in Vittorio De Sica’s unforgettable Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow and Roger Vadim’s Dangerous Liaisons.
The exhibition runs until June 30th and is included in the price of an admission ticket to the Galleria Ferrari, which is open every day from 9.30 to 18.00 (and until 19.00 on May 1st).