At the Parco degli Alberi Parlanti free screening – Cuccioli e il Codice di Marco Polo – 4 August at 17:00

80' film entirely produced in Italy

Events - published on 04 August 2021

Source: Gruppo Alcuni press office
Free screening of the animated film “Cuccioli e il Codice di Marco Polo”, which will be presented by the authors Sergio and Francesco Manfio tomorrow, Wednesday 4 August at
5pm at the Parco degli Alberi Parlanti in Treviso.
The Manfio brothers will have the pleasure of introducing the themes of the film to the children and answering their questions at the end of the projection on the big screen in the large
Alcuni Arena, where chairs are spaced out.
The plot of the film – The cartoon tells an adventurous story in which the kitten Olly, the duck Diva, the rabbit Cilindro, the chick Nameless, the dog
Portatile and the frog Pio meet in Venice coming from all over the world. The 6 cute puppies have met in Venice to thwart the plans of the evil Maga Cornacchia, who wants to
drain the lagoon of the most beautiful city in the world and pave its canals.
Between the gloomy Palace of Magic in the Himalayas, inhabited by the witch and her assistants – two silly and hilarious stoats – and the one hidden under the Grand Canal, found by the Cuccioli, a
battle of spells, deceptions and tricks will take place, and of course a happy ending is guaranteed!

The film, which lasts 80 minutes, was produced entirely in Italy and is the result of the television project of the same name, co-produced by Gruppo Alcuni and Rai Fiction, which has been
successfully exported to over 60 countries around the world: a product truly designed for an audience of children, who will often be called upon by the protagonists beyond the screen.

There was a prestigious collaboration with the Haydn Orchestra of Trento and Bolzano, which played a large part of the soundtrack (by Sergio Manfio and Davide Tomio), while the Venetian group
Ska-J performed some very rousing and entertaining songs.

The feature film, distributed by 01 Distribution, was released in cinemas in 2010, and in 2011 won the Kinèo “Diamanti al Cinema” award in the Best Animation section at the 68. Mostra
Internazionale d’Arte Cinematografica di Venezia.

Admission is free but booking is compulsory. You can fill in the form at this link: or you can call 0422.694046 or write an email to

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