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The Boy and the Moon

The Boy and the Moon

The Boy and the Moon (2012) The Boy and the Moon

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>Independent
  • Independent
  • Awards: Giotto Super Be'Be' Award, Giffoni International Film Festival, 2012.
  • Originally Released in 2012.
  • Running Time: 6:20 minutes.
  • Color
  • Italy  Italy

Release Dates:


  • Jul 24, 2012- Premiere at Giffoni Film Festival 2012
  • Jul 24, 2012- General Release

Cartoon Production Information:


Rino Alaimo was born in Agrigento on December 31, 1982. Rino has always felt a great love for cinema. He taught himself the language of film by self-producing his first short film "The Death House" at the age of 14. That short film was selected to the sixteenth Turin Film Festival. Since his illustrious start, Alaimo has earned a degree in Performing Arts: Art, Music, Entertainment (DAMS) from the Faculty of Humanities - University of Genova.

He has also directed the short films: Siren's Silence (2006) and A Million Miles From Earth (2004). These have won several national awards, including the Marte Live Award 2006 and the Joe D'Amato Horror Festival Prize for best special effects in 2005.


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