Author Salvatore Esposito

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.

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The Exodus

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

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So c’mon…finally the Documentary “La Cella Zero” breaks the boundaries of Italy and arrives in Ireland! The Doc will be screened in the Fastnet Short Film Festival !!! The Corona Fastnet Short Film Festival takes place every year in the picturesque fishing village of Schull on the south-west coast of Ireland. They screen short films from all over the world and invite industry professionals to share their knowledge with the visiting filmmakers.
The Festival will be by 20th to 24th of May.
We are very proud about this, for anyboby will be there you can see the screening of “La Cella Zero” Thursday 21st May | Plaza Cinema CHURCH HALL | 8pm.

Here the program on the site of the Festival :http://www.fastnetshortfilmfestival.com/…/CFSFF-2015-Progra…

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