“The Cell Zero” will be screened at 21.00 Aragonese Castle in the beautiful setting of the Cathedral of the Assumption.
Among the most interesting, the section “Location denied”: someone tells the territory, but to denounce.
The program also includes “The cell zero” of Salvatore Esposito: recounts, through the experiences of former prisoners, the reality of the cell most feared of the jail of Poggioreale.
The plight of migrants on the border between Africa and Europe; the world seen through the eyes of Isis fighters and those who flee from the caliphate; the work of humanitarian organizations to stem the ebola plague; the importance of recycling to a greater awareness on environmental sustainability, along with the complaint of environmental crimes poorly understood. And yet the consequences of the economic crisis on businesses and workers, but also work as an opportunity for social integration and a new mental balance; prison, adoption, disability, with all the emotions and the feelings that follow them.
photos: Calogero Cammalleri, Gianni Cipriano, Francesco Cocco, Giovanni Cocco, Alfredo D’Amato, Stefano De Luigi, Massimo Di Nonno, Salvatore Esposito, Lorenzo Maccotta, Emiliano Mancuso, Davide Monteleone, Alessandro Penso, Giulio Piscitelli, Alessandro Sala, Roberto Solomone, Riccardo Scibetta, Massimo Sestini, Gianfranco Tripodo, Romina Vinci, Francesco Zizola
by Emilio D’Itri