#intfe INTERNAZIONALE FESTIVAL. My recommended events

internazfest.2013@Internazfest #intfe. The opening of 2013 edition of INTERNAZIONALE FESTIVAL in Ferrara is approaching, and this year is all about Journalists and Writers. So here are my recommended events for those 3 incredible days. Starting Friday.

ON 10/04/2013

Voice to sound silences of the contemporary world, from diseases to conflicts and to the Middle East or censure of Myanmar, the news of Italian politics and society talking about gay couples and LGBT, as well as of the relationship between women, power, and violence throughout the world.

There are workshops to learn how to be competent editors and presentations of books that tell the world that he usually forgotten corners in large chain bookstores. There are digital publishers who narrate a novel way to benefit the culture from South America and not only. There are NGOS working on the ground in defense of recent or future refugees who give voice to stories that seem distant but remember that the Mediterranean is the home of all of Europe, Middle East and Maghreb, to name just a few.

A festival that does not scorn the children, providing creative workshops for them, questions about the future of journalism, without neglecting short films from around the world and parentheses dedicated to photography and to comics with professionals of international renown. Predict is not always a bad thing when it comes to sports or political elections.

 10.30 a.m Inauguration of the Festival

with the delivery of Anna Politkovskaya journalism award

in Chouchou Namegabe.

17.00 CASTLE COURTYARD

Live By Radio3Mondo

Small grow journals. Successful publishing models in the digital era

Laurent Beccaria XXI, Hernán Casciari Orsai, Patrick de Saint-Exupéry XXI

Introduces and moderates Marino Sinibaldi, Rai-Radio3

In French and Spanish with translation consecutiv

A world of lights

International pages to the facades of buildings of the historic center of Ferrara.

Photographic installations by

Clément Briend

French photographer

Up to 1.00 a.m.

ON SATURDAY 10/05/2013

 Political science, fight against racism and HUMAN rights. But the real stars are the tales from India and Africa,with a feminine touch.

11.00 TEATRO COMUNALE

India. The Arabian history. The look on the world of Indian writers

Kunal Basu (Indian writer),  Chandrahas Choudhury (The Caravan), Janice Pariat (Indian writer and poet)

Introduces and moderates Giulia Zoli, Internazionale

In English with simultaneous translation

Admission with coupon

11.15 CASTELLO ESTENSE

Kingdom of women

by Erin O’Dwyer

Abc Radio Australia, 2013, 48 ‘

(Mondoascolti)

In English with Italian subtitles

12.30 INDOOR MARKET

From the Mediterranean to India, the adventure of the chickpeas between history and gastronomy

Farouk Mardam-Bey (francosiriano history) in dialogue with Elizabeth Bartuli, Università Ca ‘ Foscari di Venezia

In French with consecutive translation

To follow

Tasting of Italian recipes, Middle Eastern and Asian

Admission with coupon

15.00 ARIOSTEA LIBRARY

In the Newsroom

Photography. How to choose a cover photo

Elena Boille and Mélissa Jollivet, Internazionale

In Italian

Duration: 60 minutes

15.30 MUSEO DEL RISORGIMENTO E DELLA RESISTENZA

In the Newsroom

Asia. How to tell the East without being exotic writers

Junko Terao, Internazionale

In Italian

Duration: 60 minutes

16.30 APOLLO CINEMA

Africa in yellow. Small literary investigations on daily life

Florent Couao-Zotti (writer of Benin), Janis Otsiemi (writer of Gabon), Alain Mabanckou (congolese writer)

Introduces and moderates Pierre Cherruau, French journalist

In French with simultaneous translation

18.00 ZUNI

Poetry

The Indian poet  Janice Pariat in dialogue with Francesca Spinelli (Internazionale)

In English with consecutive translation

22.00 PALAZZO ROVERELLA

Cities

by Gabriele Basilico

Photographic screening curated by Christian Caujolle, photo editor and French critic

In French with consecutive translation

ON SUNDAY 10/06/2013

The Festival closes with on Sunday, dedicating all the events to illustration and comics, with workshops about journalism and photography  with special attention to the maps, and Nigerian or Lebanon literature. A good way to end the celebration for the 20 years of the magazine

12.30 CHIOSTRO DI SAN PAOLO

Books

Simone Pieranni (China Files) presents The new Chinese dream

with Junko Terao

Internazionale

In Italian

14.00 CHIOSTRO DI SAN PAOLO

Meeting with the author

Lebanese writer Elias Khoury interviewed by Elizabeth Bartuli

Università Ca ‘ Foscari di Venezia

In English with consecutive translation

14.00 APOLLO CINEMA

Nigeria. The giant of Africa. From literature to cinema, the country beyond stereotypes

Chibundu Onuzo (Nigerian writer), Noo Saro-Wiwa (Nigerian journalist and writer) Lola Shoneyin (Nigerian writer)

Introduces and moderates Francesca Caferri (The Republic)

In English with simultaneous translation

COMMON ROOM-14.00 CASTELLO ESTENSE

Because a picture can make all the difference

Seminar of Seamus Murphy, photographer with Michael Goldfarb Msf United States

In English with consecutive translation

16.00 MUSEUM OF RESISTANCE

In the Newsroom. 

Graphics. How to see the world through maps

By Valeria Quadri (Internazionale)

In Italian

Duration: 60 minutes

For further details on the program click here  

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