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by Ilaria Rebecchi I live in a peaceful place, called Vicenza: it’s a little city full of factories and countryside, where technologies, economy and innovations are the most important things in our lives, even though sometimes it seems to me I live in a very quiet city, where “nothing really happens, day by day”. Nothing  [ Read More ]

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12 crazy amazing, funny and tragic, desquatre around the world, 12 cartoonists, defend democracy and have fun with, as only weapon, a pencil, the risk of their lives. They are: French, Tunisian, Russian, Mexican, American, Burkina Faso, China, Algeria, Ivory Coast, Venezuela, Israel and Palestine. About the movie, Director Stephanie Valloatto: “This film is a  [ Read More ]

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HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 2 SPECIAL ART EXHIBIT TIMED TO FILM’S CANNES PREMIERE On Friday, May 16, 2014 Dreamworks Animation unveiled over 100 pieces of concept art, character sketches, production design and digital paintings from the epic animated film HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 2 in a special exhibit timed to the film’s premiere  [ Read More ]

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by Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi We are all more than acquainted with Mary Poppins: Julie Andrews’ marvellous interpretation conquered young and old alike, just as the delicate books that were the inspirers of the Disney movie, written by the British-Australian author P.L. Travers. But not all know of Walt Disney’s challenge to convince the cantankerous, uncompromising  [ Read More ]

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Curated Marta Gargiulo Thursday 28th November 2013 from 18.00 to 22.30Via di San Salvatore in Campo 51, Roma. Varsi Gallery pays tribute to street art with an artist as explosive as she is vagabond,Alice Pasquini. Currently one of the most established names on the Italian andinternational scene, with her solo show, Take Me Anywhere, Alice  [ Read More ]

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Backward animation and manga world , to remember the robots era which caught young people and adults from the 70s onwards. Maestro Go Nagai is the famous Japanese cartoonist and writer , one of the most illustrious of that industry since the late '70s to the present, author of erotic comics , Luciferian manga and  [ Read More ]

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by Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi Put a touch of native American pride in a Cherokee actor such as Johnny Depp, get an iconic myth of American culture such as ‘The Lone Ranger’ – which started as a radio show in 1933 and became an established television series in the 50s – add 250 million dollars and  [ Read More ]

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  A picture’s worth as a thousand words. Is that why  today in the world of publishing, journalism, media, the illustration is used so often? Whether it is the cover of a book, to follow an article, will lead to an ‘infographic or an advertisement, the illustration, static or animated, has become the key of  [ Read More ]

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An adaptation of the comic strip Bleu est une couleur chaude, Blue is the warmest colour (La Vie d’Adèle – Chapitre 1 & 2) is the fifth feature film by the Franco-Tunisian director, and the first to be selected in Cannes. It tells the story of a passionate love affair between two young women from  [ Read More ]

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By Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi “Fee-fi-fo-fum, I smell the blood of an Englishman, Be he live, or be he dead I'll grind his bones to make my bread.” Is the historical and most popular quatrain chanted by children who are fond of the British fairytale ‘Jack and the Beanstalk. Bryan Singer’s movie is mainly inspired by  [ Read More ]

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