“Creatori di mondi, cercasi” is the title of the talk that will take place on Wednesday May 15 in the Aula Magna, starting at 10 am, dedicated to all RUFA students, but particularly recommended for those who follow courses in Graphic design address Comics and illustration, Graphic design and Computer animation.
The discussion, curated by Mauro Uzzeo, aims to raise awareness of the publishing and animation market in order to turn it into a megaphone capable of conveying ideas and content.
The topics are closely linked to the digital revolution that has led to a continuous and stimulating dialogue of the various forms of entertainment. Cinema, comics, literature, TV series, animation and gaming are enjoyed by an increasingly heterogeneous audience: why limit yourself to inventing a story when you can create a universe declinable through all these languages?
Mauro Uzzeo has been working for years in the world of comics, cinema and television, ranging from independent publishing to large-scale distribution. It was born artistically on the pages of the glorious “Blue”, published by Francesco Coniglio. After writing for the series dedicated to the “Maestri dell’Avventura” and offering his interpretation of “Battaglia”, the Sicilian vampire invented by Roberto Recchioni and Leomacs, he became one of the screenwriters of Dylan Dog, one of the best-selling comics in Italy.