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 Pulcinella and Acrobats, 1797, Giandomenico Tiepolo

Pulcinella and Acrobats, 1797, Giandomenico Tiepolo

A Short film by Jivko Darakchiev

Produced by Les Poissons Volants

Production year : 2018


    A film from the Les Petits Secrets des grands tableaux collection - Season 5

    One of the last frescoes painted by Domenico Tiepolo at his family's villa, dating from the time of Napoleon Bonaparte's invasion of the independent Republic of Venice, this work is a vibrant metaphor of Venice's destiny. With the carnival outlawed, gone was the carefree ambiance of the pleasure capital of Europe that partied for six months of the year in an attempt to turn a blind eye to its inexorable decline.

    Production and distribution (2)


    Thanks to digital animation, the details of masterpieces of art history come to life to recount the spirit of the time and the upheavals of history: wars, revolutions, economic transformations, scientific discoveries, beliefs, and schools of thought.


    Full credits (12)

    Executive Producer :

    Sophie Goupil

    Screenwriters :

    Yves Nilly, Élisabeth Couturier

    Production manager :

    Saskia Nilly

    Sound Editor :

    Simon Apostolou

    Special Effects :

    Sandrine Belmont, Étienne Boguet, Claire Vandermeersch

    Sound Mixer :

    Stéphane Larrat

    Sound Recordist :

    Stéphane Larrat

    Voice :

    Clémentine Célarié

    Editor :

    Erwann Chabot

    Music Composer :

    Francisco Alvarado

    Grader :

    Éric Salleron

    Production Manager :

    Sylvain David

    Technical details

    Short film

    Genres :

    Animated film, Documentary

    Sub-genre :

    2D & 3D animation

    Themes :

    Art, Painting, History

    Production language :

    French, English, German

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    Original French-language productions :


    Nationality :

    100% French (France)

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    Runtime :

    26 min

    Production formats :

    Digital creation

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