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Forbidden to Dogs and Italians is the Best European Animated Feature
December 12, 2022

Forbidden to Dogs and Italians is the Best European Animated Feature

The film co-produced between French, Italian and Swiss studios of the stop-motion film titled Forbidden to Dogs and Italians was awarded at the European Film Awards.
The original title is Interdit aux chiens et aux Italiens, directed by Alain Ughetto with the screenplay written by Ughetto together with Alexis Galmot and Anne Paschetta, made with stop-motion animations and the music of the Oscar winner italian composer Nicola Piovani.

The feature has already been screened at some festivals, including Annecy where it won the Jury award and the Gan Foundation Award for Distribution.

Early 20th century, in the Ughetto family's home village, Ughettera, Northern Italy. Life in the region had become very difficult and the Ughettos dreamed of a better life abroad. Legend has it that Luigi Ughetto crossed the Alps and started a new life in France, thus changing his beloved family's destiny forever. His grandson retraces their story.

Here the trailer:

[ Fra - source Annecy ]
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