The Ente Cassa di Risparmio di Firenze, historic heir to the great tradition of finance and credit that made Florence the banking centre of the fifteenth-century world, has always supported the city of Florence and its artistic and cultural heritage. It continues to do so, committed to prolonging the tradition of Florentine patronage. Its intention is to maximise this mission utilising new modes and media for the spread of culture that can involve as many users as possible. At the same time the Ente Cassa di Risparmio di Firenze wishes to promote Florence and its enterprise at international level, and has from the very start adopted the role of a modern patron on the model of Lorenzo il Magnifico.
By contributing to the production and distribution of the film “Florence and the Uffizi in 3D|4K” the Ente Cassa di Risparmio di Firenze intended to place emphasis on the artistic beauties of the Renaissance and the vitality and importance of the Florentine economy, based on the enterprise of its bankers, its merchants and the craftsmen who were able to produce these marvels.