SOCIAL POLICIES – Friday 23 and Saturday 24 September 2022 starting at 20 at the Apollo cinema (via Carbone 35)
Laughter and solidarity those offered by the screening of “Madeficent”the new parody film with jokes in Ferrara dialect made by the consolidated Tap Creation group, which will be on the big screen Friday 23 and Saturday 24 September 2022 with beginning at 8 pm at the Apollo cinema (via Carbone 35, Ferrara). The initiative, sponsored by the Municipality of Ferrara, is aimed at raising funds for Ado, the association that deals with oncological home care, and was presented on Wednesday 21 September 2022 in the Arengo room of the municipal residence of Ferrara..
The municipal councilor for social policies took part in the meeting with the press Cristina Colettithe president of the Ado Foundation Gisella Rossi and the founder of Tap Creation Antonio Orioliaccompanied by a part of the voice actors-actors-screenwriters of the group of 14 people that for the past 25 years has been transforming the most successful films into local parodies all to laugh at.
Thanks to Tap Creation for what they have done and for the projection that will be used to raise funds for such an important purpose was expressed by the councilor Cristina Colettiwho recalled that “Ado provides a fundamental service for sick people and their families and does it in an exemplary manner, with professionalism and with great humanity and warmth. Their services are offered free of charge and for this reason they are tireless in collecting funds and in working to make sure that everything works in the best possible way. Therefore the event is sponsored by the municipal administration with a contribution, which we always try to give to Ado to support a commitment that puts medical personnel and trained people in the field. capable of giving support and transmitting great solidarity in crucial moments “.
Also the president of the Ado Foundation Gisella Rossi expressed thanks to the Municipality of Ferrara for the diligent support, to the group of parodist enthusiasts, to the owner of the Cinepark Apollo Simona Salustro and to the manager of the Ferrara office of the Ferrara Public Assistance association Riccardo Zoccante which will ensure a proper presence in the room.
The parodic work – explained the founder of Tap Creation Antonio Orioli – transforms and condenses the events of the sleeping beauty brought to the big screen by “Maleficent” in the adventures that will see Ferrara and Rovigo opposing each other in an ancient and funny fight, with many jokes in Ferrara dialect and subtitles that will make people laugh for the duration of about an hour.
For the two evenings of screenings there will be no pre-sales, but you can buy the ticket directly at the cinema box office with a minimum offer of 7 euros.
THE CARD by the organizers – The event, sponsored by the Municipality of Ferrara with the contribution of the Department of Social Policies, will be held on Friday 23 and Saturday 24 September 2022 with screenings at 8 pm at the Apollo cinema, in via Carbone 35, in Ferrara.
“Am par impussibil …” but the Tap Creation returns to the big screen with a new parody, strictly in Ferrara dialect, which already promises to be a masterpiece: MaDeficènt.
The film will be in cinemas on Friday 23 and Saturday 24 September with screenings from 8 pm at the Apollo Cinema, in via del Carbone 35 in Ferrara.
A welcome return welcomed with joy and amazement by the many fans of Ferrara parodies who, after the unforgettable films of Mr. Tarzanelli and The Debit, are ready to laugh out loud with the parody of “Maleficent – The secret of sleeping beauty”, which deals with an always hilarious theme … the ancient struggle between Ferrara and Rovigo!
MaDeficènt tells the beginning of the eternal rivalry between Ferrara and Rovigo, how it all began. Ferrara, city of iron, uses all its resources to defeat the fairy creatures of Rovigo who are allergic to iron itself.
Guaranteed fun and for a good cause: the entire proceeds of the evenings will be donated to the ADO Foundation to support the assistance and palliative care activities guaranteed free of charge to patients with advanced stage neoplasms or with severely disabling chronic diseases, at home, in clinic and hospice.
Thanks to Tap Creation for this new charity initiative, the multiplex Apollo Cinepark for hospitality, PAF which also on this occasion will be present for the assistance service and the administration of the Municipality of Ferrara for the generous support to the success of this event.
Presale is not available: to participate in the screenings, just go directly to the Apollo cinema on the evening of 23 and 24 September.
The TAP Creation was born in Ferrara 25 years ago, in 1997, when a group of 8 friends, for pleasure, filmed and videotaped their skiing holidays in “X files” or “Cliffanger” style and then laughed out loud making and watching them. After a couple of years, during an evening meeting eating junk at home, by pure chance an irreverent dialogue between two of us gave life to 2 characters on the TV left on without audio in the background.
From the general explosion of laughter, the passion for dubbing our first BATANIC parody in Ferrara was born, a film we all got on with right away.
fall in love seeing him at the cinema 4 times and more.
You don’t need a lot of equipment to start a parody, just a lot of imagination and dedication; at the end of the last century we certainly did not have smartphones with 4k videos, social networks and applications that mount faces on their own characters, voice on films, sometimes even cold and impersonal situations.
We started with 2 VCRs, one in PLAY the other in REC with a microphone in the middle to twist the whole story, personalize it and thus recreate a new adventure.
Over the years then through 12 parodies we have grown and improved, the group has reached 14 people with grandchildren and children and we are still here to make everyone laugh strictly for charity, helping the non-profit associations of our territory. We started with ADO for Mr. Tarzanelli in 2004 at the Sala Estense and then ended with Ado at the Apollo Cinema, which we are particularly fond of.