It is something we never cease to stress enough: whenever you decide to travel or move somewhere, you really need a community. Continue reading
Non tutti hanno la curiosità o la voglia di ascoltare, ma non è un problema.
Alla ricerca di un altro posto dove proiettare (IN)VISIBLE CITIES, lo scorso fine settimana siamo andati a trovare un regista indipendente di lungo corso, che è tra i pochi ad avere anche la fortuna di gestire una piccola sala: a Roma, in un quartiere notoriamente Continue reading
If you have watched our film (IN)VISIBLE CITIES, you know that a big chunk of what makes migrants what they are (in the eyes of people) comes from the media, they play a huge part in this act. Hence, we love to challenge, comment and share articles related to immigration, like the one written by the New York Times with the headline “Immigration Enriches Me And You“.
A friend of ours also shared Continue reading
L’ultima serata nelle Marche è già passata da un paio di giorni ma continuiamo a ricordare il calore
We’re touring Italy to present (IN)VISIBLE CITIES and the stories of the African migrants we met in the last two years. Surprisingly enough it’s attracting the attention of schools and universities and recently we screened it for the first time to a younger audience, students aged between 11 and 13 years old. Their questions were the most interesting, worth sharing:
Why are migrants treated differently?
Have you considered asking non-migrants what they think about the migrants?
What made you decide to shoot this documentary?
Why do migrants decide to live in a neighborhood and don’t scatter in the city?
Do migrants keep links with their motherland?
What thoughts have you conceived after filming?