Articoli Sezione: Italiani nel mondo

16 Sep

Incontro con Agostino Ferrente e Giovanni Princigalli, di Mauro Sassi

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Mauro Sassi: Siamo a Montreal, una città multiculturale e multietnica, i cui abitanti sono spesso immigrati di prima o di seconda generazione, e allora non sembra troppo strano vedere riuniti in questo incontro, organizzato da Luca Caminati e dall’Università Concordia, due registi italiani, uno ormai trasferitosi in Canada da tempo, Giovanni Princigalli, uno di passaggio, Agostino Ferrente. Parliamo di queste vostre radici ...continua a leggere

 

24 Apr

A Self-Reflective Study of a Minute Life Series in the Digital Age, di Anthony Cristiano

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This self-reflexive study by a Canadian filmmaker and film scholar, of Italian background, on the aesthetic character and significance of A Minute Life series — which began in 2009 — aims to interrogate the theory and praxis of A Minute Life project in the historical and theoretical contexts pertaining to the development of moving-images into the digital age. The considerations herein will summon ideas and arguments across a ...continua a leggere

 

22 Feb

The Long Walk to Hibernia. The Italian Immigration to Ireland Diasporas, travelling nations, and travelling communities in “Chippers” by Nino Tropiano, di Silvia Boero

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According to the 2008 Dublin census, four thousand Italian-Irish citizens live within the city limits: around two thousand have their residence in the surrounding areas; about sixteen hundred live in Belfast. The Italian immigration to Ireland dates further back than one might think; it can be traced to the mid-eighteenth century, when painters, sculptors, and other skilled craftsmen came to build new churches for the Catholic establishment. ...continua a leggere