Special screening of Dove bisogna stare + Q&A with director Daniele Gaglianone.
Dove bisogna stare (Where they need to stand) is a touching, must-see documentary about four Italian women from different backgrounds who put themselves on the frontline welcoming migrants in Italy. Lorena, a pensioner from Pordenone in the Friuli Venezia-Giulia region, does everything she can to help migrants who are hiding in temporary shelters; Elena, in a neighbouring town, shelters a boy who has crossed the border barefoot in the snow; Jessica is one of the leaders of the Rialzo community centre in Cosenza, Calabria; in Como, Elena provides essential information to newly arriving migrants.
Join us for a special film night organised by FILL Festival in partnership with CinemaItaliaUK, in one of the most iconic movie theatres in the UK. Following the screening and the Q&A there will be a reception with free Italian food and wine.
Language of the screening: Italian, with English subtitles.
Language of the Q&A: in English and Italian with English translation provided.
15 October 2019, 19:30
Venue: Regent’s Cinema, 307 Regent St, London W1B 2HW
is an award-winning writer and filmmaker. His filmography includes feature films I nostri anni, Ruggine, and La mia classe, and several documentaries. With Rata nece biti (La guerra non ci sarà) he won the David di Donatello in 2009. Dove bisogna stare (2019) features Gaglianone's distinct blend of human study and powerful political commitment; the film premiered at Turin Film Festival.
has a PhD in Film Studies and has taught Film at King's College London, University of Reading, Imperial College London, and BFI Southbank.