Bruno Bozzetto's cult feature films "West&Soda", "Vip my Brother Superman" and "Allegro non Troppo" are back in High Definition. Licensing rights worldwide are still available in the Italian, English and German languages.
DelCourt from France is publishing a graphic novel written by Bruno Bozzetto and drawn by French illustrator Gregory Panaccione. The book will be also edited in Italy by BAO Publishing in June. Did you already figure out who the characters are?Pre-order the French version
Most famous Italian Animation Festival "Cartoons on the Bay" will welcome Bruno to its newest Hall of Fame. On the occasion, Bruno will exclusively premiere his brand-new animated short "EU & USA".
On Saturday, April 14. Turin, Italy. Save the Date!
Following the success of Johnny&Clementina's statues, artist Alessandro Zecca keeps his talent in shape with more. Who else than Supervip and Minivip could be the chosen ones?Check them out
A 60-years career behind, Bruno Bozzetto is esteemed as one of the most eclectic and influential Cartoonists of yesterday and of today.
His minimalist style focuses on the content more than the aesthetics to talk about universal themes with an educational approach and through a scratching irony that make his films suitable for a young adult audience.
From the 1960s up to today he has made over three hundreds films that earned him 130 acknowledgments among which the remarkable Winsor McCay Award, 5 Silver Ribbon Awards, an Honorary degree, 15 Awards to the Career, an Oscar Nomination (to the short "Grasshoppers") and a Berlin Golden Bear Award (to "Mr Tao").
Amongst the most famous titles of his own production and of co-production it's worth pointing out
"West&Soda" (1965), "Vip my brother Superman" (1968), "Allegro non troppo" (1976), "Mr Rossi looks for happiness" (1975), "Under the Chinese Restaurant" (1987), "Europe&Italy" (1999), "Quark" and "Superquark" (educational animated episodes written by science journalist Piero Angela).
Synthesis is the most important goal for an artist. It's a marvellous and yet difficult goal to achieve.
Today Bruno keeps working in the industry by creating new subjects, by animating and sketching on his own, but also cooperating to wider projects through Bozzetto&Co Studio of Production. He also takes part to films festivals, events and masterclasses in Italy and worldwide.
Several exhibitions have been set up through the years, the most prestigious of which is "Animation, Maestro!", wanted by Diane Disney Miller in 2013, at the Walt Disney Family Museum of San Francisco. The Bozzetto crew believes that an original artwork-based exhibition is the best way to show the magic of animation through original sketches, storyboards and especially cels.
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