Ozi – The voice of the forest: premiere on July 22 at Giffoni

The animated film Ozi – The voice of the forest by Tim Harper, produced by Leonardo DiCaprio and distributed in cinemas by Notorious Pictures from September 19, will premiere on July 22 at the 54th edition of the Giffoni Film Festival in the out-of-competition Premiere section.

The film, produced by the Hollywood star known for his environmental activism, is set in the rainforest and tells the story of Ozi, a young orangutan whose habitat is destroyed by humans. Rescued by a group of volunteers, she learns to communicate using sign language and becomes an influencer. One day, by chance, she discovers that her parents might still be alive and sets off to find them, but the landscape around her has changed: deforestation has destroyed the environment she once knew. Thus, Ozi decides that her new mission, in addition to finding her parents, is to let the world know what is happening in the rainforest.

Ozi – The voice of the forest is a film that, through a compelling story and a language capable of speaking to a younger audience, but not only to them, addresses themes of enormous social relevance and extreme timeliness, such as environmentalism.

The film is a true call to fight for a more sustainable world and future, committing to make a difference every day.

Using sharp narrative devices, the story highlights the challenges faced by animals when their habitat is destroyed, offering a different perspective on the difficult environmental situation and reflecting on the relationship with nature and the importance of preserving it.

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