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Sunday   14 October 2007  

Focus Diritti Umani/ Non sopportiamo la tortura
Guinea Pig (Ita, 2006, col., 17’) Antonello De Leo
In order to pay for her sick daughter’s medical treatment, a black woman enrolls as a subject in a scientific experiment. Suddenly, the experiment turns into torture...

Introduce Paolo Pobbiati, presidente della Sezione italiana di Amnesty International
Incontro con il regista e la produttrice Floria Aprea

Concorso Documentari Italiani

Le vie dei farmaci (Ita, 2007, col./bn, 53’) Michele Mellara, Alessandro Rossi
An in-depth enquiry into the mechanisms behind the monopoly held by Big Pharma, which, directly or indirectly, is responsible for the persistence of apparently irresolvable public health emergencies.

Incontro con i registi

Concorso Internazionale Cinema di Animazione
Mirage (USA, 2006, col., 9’) Youngwoong Jang
For the protagonist, an anthropomorphic biomechanical being, every flower in its path is necessary for its survival. An enchanting futuristic fable.

Concorso Internazionale Documentari
En el hoyo (Mex, 2006, col., 85’) Juan Carlos Rulfo
Hundreds of masons and carpenters are at work building the Periférico elevated highway in Mexico City. When completed, the highway will change the urban landscape and the lives of city residents.

Incontro con la produttrice Eugenia Montiel Pagies

Concorso Internazionale Documentari
My Country My Country (Usa, 2006, col, 90’) Laura Poitras
Incontro con Dott. Riyadh Aladhadh, protagonista del film, Ahmed Dhia Abdulrazak, Mayes Mohand Abdulsatar, Sameer Hussein Salman, testimoni iracheni.

Concorso Internazionale Documentari
The Great Warming (Canada, 2006, col., 83’) Michael Taylor
Narrated by international stars like Alanis Morissette and Keanu Reeves, the film accurately and compellingly delivers a host of answers to doubts and concerns about global warming.

Incontro con il regista



Focus Diritti Umani/ Baghdad, Guantánamo e oltre:
terrore e controterrore

Outlawed (USA, 2006, col., 27’) Gillian Caldwell, WITNESS
Human rights groups and several public inquiries in Europe have found the U.S. government, with the complicity of numerous governments worldwide, to be engaged in the illegal practice of extraordinary rendition, secret detention and torture.

Gitmo - Le nuove regole della guerra (Swe, 2006, col., 75’) Erik Gandini, Tarik Saleh
The Guantánamo Bay detainment camp currently holds 637 prisoners, pending trials and without legal representatives. During the guided tour of the prison, everything seems to be in order. But the filmmakers’ curiosity leads them to discover other things besides.

Tavola rotonda Intervengono
Ruhal Ahmed, ex detenuto a Guantánamo
Erik Gandini, regista di Gitmo
Line Halvorsen, regista di USA vs Al-Ariani
Dott. Riyhad Aladhadh, medico iracheno, protagonista di My Country My Country
Paolo Pobbiati, presidente della Sezione italiana di Amnesty International

Concorso Documentari Italiani
Mercancia (Ita, 2006, col., 20’) Andrea Zambelli
The production of coca paste in the Magdalena Medio area of Colombia. For the farmers, growing coca plants is their only means of earning a livelihood.

Oma e chimica (Ita, 2007, col, 65’) Luca Pastore
Incontro con i registi

Panorama/Nuff Global Films
Adaptive Greening (Canada, 2007, col., 15’) Ari Shomair
This profile of the young team at a r c h i T E X T provides a global window into the consequences of irresponsible architecture and the advantages of smart design.

Imagine (Germ, 2007, col., 2’) Julia Göse
Transformation becomes a metaphor for what climate change is doing to our world today..

From the Camp (Pal, 2007, col., 15’) Ahmed Mashharawi
Forced to immigrate for political reasons in 1948, now threatened by nature’s forces, Palestinian refugees in the Gaza Strip must move once again.

How Far? (Canada 2006, col., 5’) Nyasha Shonhai
The extreme scenario painted by this 2D animation project forces viewers to reconsider their relationship with the environment.

The Green Martyr (Nig, 2007, col., 18’) Busayo Iruemiobe
Made in honour of slain Nigerian environmentalist and Nobel Prize nominee Ken Saro-Wiwa, this documentary tries to clarify what climate change is all about from the perspective of schoolchildren.

Lautlos (Germ, 2006, col., 7’) Nadja Burdack
The sound an alarm clock heralds a new dawn—and another noisy day.

Reclaim Power (Germ/Engl, 2007, col., 7’) Luciano Ibarra, Julian Benz
Summer of 2006. 600 people set up a Camp for Climate Action in the shadow of one of Europe’s biggest C02 emitters: the Drax coal-fired power station.

Incontro con Daniel Alegi, coordinatore del progetto Nuff Global


Ambiente e lavoro

Sfilata di moda ecologica a cura di LifeGate ecoJeans, Equazione Commercio Equo e Solidale, Linea Eco – artistica prodotta a Damanhur
Segue proiezione
China Blue (Usa, 2006, col, 88’) Micha X. Peled
Incontro con il regista


Aperitivo Letterario
Incontro con Vito Teti autore di “Storia del peperoncino” (Donzelli)
Docente di Etnologia presso l’Università della Calabria, Teti ripercorre l’affascinante vicenda di una delle spezie più amate, dall’America precolombiana al Nuovo Mondo, affermandosi come primo prodotto globale.
Intervengono la scrittrice Margherita Oggero e Rocco Moliterni (La Stampa)


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