The Renaissance museum par excellence hosts a cinema-centred exhibition for the first time. Soviet film director Sergei Eisenstein is spotlighted in Ejzenstejn: La Rivoluzione delle Immagini, a show marking the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution. The moving image pioneer behind such famed works as Battleship Potemkin,Eisenstein introduced montage to the film world and, incidentally, made reference to 13th-15th century art in select films, adding further dimension to this unprecedented collision of genres at the Uffizi. The exhibition features drawings on loan from the Russian State Archive of Literature and Art and several rooms of film clips.