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Sunday, March 5, 3.15 PM/p>
Palazzo dei Congressi, Muralto
Synopsis: A child with superhuman abilities is born in a village. From an early age, he acts like an adult and can solve his mother’s problems. The great enemy of his small community is the sorceress Karaba, who has eliminated all the men in the region. Young Kirikou will come up with a brilliant solution. A classic of contemporary animation, by the inventive Michel Ocelot, on the power of childhood.
Sunday, March 12, 10 AM
Synopsis: A refined, suggestive animated fairy tale inspired by the shadow puppetry technique. Costumes, drawings, magic from faraway lands, and two youngsters with plenty of imagination who travel through space and time across six different stories: from Ancient Egypt to the Middle Ages, from Japanese art to the most classic of fairy tales, wittily reinvented. A wide-awake dream.
Video introduction by the director.
Sunday, May 7, double bill at 10.30 AM and 1 PM
Fiore di pietra, Monte Generoso
Synopsis: In a not-too-distant future, Naples has become an impenetrable tropical forest because of a series of ecological disasters. Yaya, with her Corto Maltese-like cap, jumps from one adventure to the next, accompanied by the huge Lennie, on the run from the Institution. A science fiction adventure, where ecology meets post-apocalyptic tropes, directed by Italian animation talent Alessandro Rak.