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A Symphony for Rossini: Il Turco in Italia

Germany 2017
Duration: 09:40
Directed by: Monica Manganelli
Screenplay: Monica Manganelli
Animation: Antonio Padovani, Valentina Lamentia, Veronica Carli
Technique: 2D, 3D, motion graphics, watercolor drawings
Music: Gioacchino Rossini
Production/School: Stefano Casertano
Dialogue language: no one
Subtitles language: no one

"A Symphony for Rossini: Il Turco in Italia" is an experimental animated short in which animation meets the great tradition of italian music opera. In a paper theater, the walls of scenography become a notebook pages of the protagonist, Prosdocimo, a poet that wanders in Naples in search of inspiration for his new story. Absolute protagonists are the animation along with the Symphony that Gioacchino Rossini has written for the opera. ?I'm obliged to write a farce, and I cannot find a subject! is the motto regarding this visual-musical tale where watercolors reveal poetic views of Naples, sketches with the protagonists , animated inks 3d become flying sheets, city alleys.




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