Festival: CROCEVIA DI SGUARDI

Event: 4 October - 18 November, 2021

The film festival has reached its 17th edition this year, screening the best of worldwide documentary filmmaking on migration and cultural diversity and we organize debates with filmmakers, scholars, journalists, policy makers, and representatives of civil society.

This year Crocevia di Sguardi, created in 2005 by FIERI (International and European Forum on Migration Research), goes online and offline! The program starts on 4th October and ends on 18th November 2021. The online program will feature seven international documentaries, seven workshops with scholars, journalists, and social workers. Additionally, this edition will be enriched by the participation of filmmakers Afsaneh Salari (on October 6th), Suranga Deshapriya Katugampala (on October 28th), and Aysun Bademsoy (on November 12th).

Documentaries are in original languages with English subtitles and will be accessible, upon registration, on the Festivalscope platform. 

 

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