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Category: Edition 2017

What would happen if the food and drink that every day we put in our refrigerator could move and speak? What would be the dynamics within this big 'condominium' that clearly separates the foods for the top rack from those of the first?

Original Title Looney Foodz!
Italian Title Looney Foodz!
Category Official Competition
Section Elements +3
Tipology Animation, Short Film
Duration 2' 3''
Production Year 2017
Nationality Italy
Directed by Paolo Gaudio
Screenplay Paolo Gaudio
Produced by Gian Luca Rizzo

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Paolo Gaudio, born in 1981, is a director and screenwriter. In 2003 he graduated with a degree in Philosophy from Unical (University of Calabria) and two years later he graduated with a degree in Motion-Picture Direction from NUCT (New University of Cinema and Television) in Rome. Author of fantasy short films, he has been working for years on different animation techniques such as stop-motion, cut-out animation, and computer graphics. FANTASTICHERIE DI UN PASSEGGIATORE SOLITARIO marked his feature film debut. With this movie he won the Grand Prix at La Samain du Cinéma Fantastique in 2014 and in 2015 he won the Best World Film Award at Boston Science Fiction Film Festival, the Audience Award at the Fantastic Cinema Festival at Little Rock and the remarkable Mario Bava Award for Best Debut Film at the 35th FantaFestival at Rome.

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