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Pinocchio

pinocchio
International title Pinocchio
Section 50 edición - Animaficx - Enfants Terribles
Country Italia, Luxemburgo, Francia, Bélgica
Year 2012
Color / B&W Color
Running time 78 min.
Original language Inglés
Director Enzo d'Alò
Screenplay Enzo D'Alò, Umberto Marino
Film Editing

Gianluca Cristofari

Music Lucio Dalla
Art direction (Dibujos) Lorenzo Mattotti
Production Nicolas Steil
Production design Lorenzo Mattotti
Cast (voces) Gabriele Caprio (Pinocchio), Rocco Papaleo (Mangiafoco), Paolo Ruffini (Lucignolo), Lucio Dalla (pescador verde)Maurizio Micheli (gato), Maricla Affatato (zorro), Mino Caprio (Geppetto), Pino Quartullo (policía)
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Producer Cometafilm ,Iris Productions, Walking the Dog
Distribution Company / Ventas internacionales: Rezo Films
Synopsis
A new take on Carlo Collodi’s classical tale about a wooden kid who becomes magically alive to keep his creator, toymaker Geppetto, company and about his many adventures in the world while trying to become a real child. Pinocchio is mischievous and his Universe is filled with traps and seduction, wonderful characters and endless perils that will almost finish him off more than once, sometimes because of his innocence and sometimes because of his disobedience, as his wooden nose grows every time he lies. The most famous tale of Italian literature told as it had never before been told in an European super production with songs by Lucio Dalla and designs by Lorenzo Mattotti.
Director bio
Born in Naples, Italy, in 1953, Enzo D’Alo is a passionate musician who started his career as a saxophone player. After a while he abandoned music to work in cinema full time. Thanks to his training in music he has been able to create the soundtrack for his films. He started directing 1983 and his work has received international awards. He directed La freccia azzurra (How The Toys Saved Christmas 1996) and his biggest succes came in 1998 with the film Storia di una gabbianella e del gatto che le insegnò a volare (Lucky and Zorba), based on the short story of the same name by Chilean writer Luis Sepúlveda, winner of the Audience Award in Montreal Film Festival.