The director Guillermo del Toro and his latest film pinocchio arrive at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) where it will be exhibited in various university spaces and will even offer a free feature.
Oscar winner and award-winning stop-motion animation legend Mark Gustafson reinvented the classic tale of the mythical wooden child by Carlo Collodi with a fabulous masterpiece, leading to pinocchio on a magical adventure that transcends worlds and reveals the life-giving power of love.
the photograph of pinocchio directed by Frank Passingham (photography), Dan Ramsay, Anthony Elworthy and Chuck Duke (stop motion animation leads); editing: Holly Klein and Ken Schretzmann; Alexandre Desplat in music; the production companies: Netflix Animation, Necropia Entertainment, Pathé, Double Dare You (DDY), among others.
The film -produced by the Mexican Guillermo del Toro, Lisa Henson, Gary Ungar, Alexander Bulkley and Corey Campodonico- will be presented in the following places:
Julio Bracho Hall of the University Cultural Center The 30th of November. And in December: Thursday 1, Friday 2, Saturday 3, Sunday 4, Wednesday 7, Thursday 8, Friday 9, Saturday 10 and Sunday 11.
pinocchio -whose cast includes Gregory Mann, Ewan Mcgregor, David Bradley, Tilda Swinton, Finn Wolfhard, Cate Blanchett, Ron Perlman, Christoph Waltz, John Turturro, Burn Gorman and Tim Black Nelson- can also be enjoyed at:
Poplar University Museum, Tuesday 29 and Wednesday 30 November. In December it will be available on Thursday 1, Friday 2, Saturday 3, Sunday 4, Tuesday 6, Wednesday 7, Thursday 8, Friday 9, Saturday 10, Sunday 11, Tuesday 13, Wednesday 14, Thursday 15, Friday 16 and Saturday 17.
In addition, it will offer free outdoor function at the Alicia Urreta Forum of Casa del Lagoon Saturday, December 3, at 6:30 p.m., limited availability.
The film will be shown in a version dubbed into Spanish at some functions on Saturdays and Sundays; Also in English with Spanish subtitles. There will be discounts for the UNAM community and older adults, who attend the screenings of the film whose script was written by Guillermo del Toro and Patrick McHale, based on the story and the characters created by Carlo Collodi.