Bruno Bozzetto's legendary feature films "West&Soda", "Vip my Brother Superman" and "Allegro non Troppo", are back in High Definition. Italian, French, German, English language. Contact us for infos about the licensing rights.
French Distributor Les Films Du Paradoxe has just acquired the licensing rights to Allegro Non Troppo, West&Soda and Vip my Brother Superman. French language.Check out the Site
After the national Premiere and a special screening at Annecy Film Festival, Marco Bonfanti's poetic portrait of Bruno has been finally released on DVD. On Amazon with a gadget included!order it
Beeella, the sheep with a witty sense of humor, is going to star on a new collection of colourful and funny thsirts. Spring release.Coming Soon!
What happens when the creativity of Bruno starts dialoguing with the cute images of homeless pets? Check out the project (Italian only).Watch the Video!
Following the success of Johnny&Clementina's statues, artist Alessandro Zecca keeps his talent in shape with more.Check out the site
Bruno Bozzetto was born in Milan, Italy, on March 3, 1938.
With a 60-years career behind, he 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 to point 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).
What is a cartoon? it is a line around an idea.
Today Bruno continues to work in the industry by creating new subjects, by animating and sketching but also cooperating to wider projects through Bozzetto&Co. Studio of Production. He also keeps taking part to Festivals, events, meetings and masterclasses in Italy and worldwide.
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