Bruno Bozzetto - Golden Romics of the XVIII edition

Bruno Bozzetto - Golden Romics of the XVIII edition

The great italian director of animated films, who created in the Sixties his very first and timeless character Mr. Rossi, in 1965 the featured film West and Soda, followed by Vip my brother superman in 1968 and in 1976 by Allegro non troppo, the italian answer to illustrious “Fantasia” by Walt Disney. Bozzetto produced, with Piero Angela, more than 100 films for the TV science show Quark,  and more than thirty shorts, for which he received much recognition as well as many awards, including  four Nastro d’Argento, ten Career Awards, the Golden Bear Award at the Berlin Film Festival and an Oscar Nomination. Bozzetto  represents a cornerstone in the history of italian and International Animation,  which has indelibly marked our imagination. Romics has also dedicated to Bozzetto a biographical exhibition composed by original drawings: From Bozzetto to Pixel.