Florence and the Uffizi Gallery is an upcoming documentary examining the most beautiful works of arts from the Italian Renaissance period.

More than simply an art documentary, the film is a ‘multi-dimensional, multi-sensory journey’ into the period. The film will take adavantage of 3D technology to provide an immersive viewing experience.

Commentary from Renaissance figure, Lorenzo the Magnificent, played by Simon Merrells, allowing for an emotionally engaging narrative to be communicate through the film.

The film will reach cinemas on November 21, and tickets are on-sale now.

Cinemas showing Florence and the Uffizi Gallery include:

Cinema Nova, Palace Cinema Como, Village Rivoli, Palace Brighton Bay, Sorrento Cinema, Star Cinema Bendigo, Arts Centre Warburton, Memo Healsville

New South Wales:
Cremorne Orpheum, Dendy Opera Quays, Palace Verona, Dendy Newtown, Palace Norton Street, Avoca Beach Picture Theatre, Greater Union Newcastle, Riverside Parramatta, Mount Vic Flicks

Dendy Canberra, Palace Electric

Palace Centro, Dendy Portside, Regal Twin Graceville, Noosa 5 Cinemas

South Australia:
Palace Nova Eastend, Wallis Mitcham

Western Australia:
Cinema Paradiso

State Cinema, MONA Museum of Old and New Art