A SKATEBOARDING JOURNEY THROUGH THE CINECITTA' FILM STUDIOS Rome is a beautiful, diverse city. Within a 30-minute long subway ride, between big residential buildings and the ancient roman ruins of the Appian Way, you can enter Cinecittà, one of the most old and active film studios of the world, where people work to create magic, building ancient cities, submerged submarines, snow covered squares, underwater landscapes. The rationalist architecture of the film studios founded in 1937 hosted not only the great classics of Italian cinema, but some of the greatest international masterpieces that made it the Hollywood On The Tiber. The magnitude of the available spaces and back lot, the amazing craftsmanship of the artisans of cinema, made it the best place for filming Cleopatra, Quo Vadis and in recent times, U-571, Gangs Of New York, The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou, Everest, Ben Hur, Zoolander 2. Skateboarders are curious, creative types. Every surface, every architecture they ...