HUMAN RIGHTS FESTIVAL
TUE, 20 MAR 2018
One for all, not just few.
From 9.30 AM
Palazzo della Triennale
One. For all. Not just few. (Una. Per tutti. Non per pochi.) Films, documentaries and forums on denied and (re)conquered rights; on their abuse and the battles fought to eliminate their misuse. Stories of reporting and hope, with international witnesses and guests.
Edu Morning program dedicated to high-school students, active protagonists of the Festival.
Doc Screening of award nominated documentaries, selected by Sole Luna Doc Film Festival
Talk Debates, lessons, and testimonies.
Film International movies on topics related to the Festival
Photo Documentary photography explained by its creators
Exhibitions “Crepe” by Andrea Kunkl & “Le bambine salvate” by Stefano Stranges (“Rescued girls”)
Teatro dell’Arte and Salone d’Onore – 9.00 AM
Economy, ecology, ethics. Extraordinary endeavors
Planet Earth is getting tired of ugly records like global warming. Other records however, like the ones of Paola Gianotti, are much needed. She not only travels the world on her bike, she also uses her extraordinary endeavors to hand out solidarity. Ms. Gianotti will chat with Carlo Carraro, professor of Environmental Economy at the University of Venice, to understand the costs of climate change.
Carlo Carraro, University Ca’ Foscari of Venice and CMCC Foundation
Paola Gianotti, cyclist and Guinness World Record
Best practice: Gianluca Ruggieri (ènostra)
Photo: The victims of our wealth by Stefano Stranges
Documentary: Bring the sun home by Chiara Andrich and Giovanni Pellegrini (IT 2013, 68’)
5 PM Frontera invisible by Nicolás Richat and Nico Muzi (BE/RA 2016, 28’)
5.30 PM La terre abandonnée by Gilles Laurent (BE 2016, 73’)
Salone d’Onore – 2.30 PM
In collaboration with Università degli Studi di Milano – Scienze umane dell’ambiente, del territorio e del paesaggio and Mani Tese
Environment and indigenous rights: The Mau forest in Kenya
In the last decades, the Mau Forest, an ecosystem of priceless environmental value, has suffered a serious degradation process. From 2017, the NGO Mani Tese and the University of Milan work together to reverse it and support the rights of the indigenous people, the Ogiek, living in the forest. This talk will look into, also photographically, this outstanding social and environmental heritage and the activities put in place to defend it.
Valerio Bini, researcher at Università degli Studi di Milano and Chair of Mani Tese
Stefania Albertazzi, PhD at Università di Padova
Matteo de Mayda, photographer and film director
Salone d’Onore – 6 PM
The future is already inside us. Climate change and violence, in real life and in fiction.
In the world, there are places where extreme weather patterns, famines, and egotistic behaviors are not a scary future but the actual present. Africa, dreamed by Kuki Gallmann in her books, is partly a victim of this already. It is a very similar world to the one that another author, Bruno Arpaia, imagines for a future, dystopic, Europe, where solidarity is wiped out by a mad climate.
Bruno Arpaia, writer, author of Qualcosa, là fuori
Kuki Gallmann, eco-activist and writer of Sognavo l’Africa
moderator: Danilo De Biasio, director of the Festival dei Diritti Umani di Milano
Salone d’Onore – 7.30 PM
Opening of the exhibitions | “Crepe” by Andrea Kunkl and “Le bambine salvate” (“Rescued girls”) by Stefano Stranges are the photo projects winner of the context #IoAlzoLoSguardo 2017.
Teatro dell’Arte – 8.30 PM
Grain by Semih Kaplanoğlu (TR/DE/FR/SW 2017, 127’)
Programs may vary
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With the support of
Alto Commissariato delle Nazioni Unite per i Rifugiati (UNHCR), Ministero dell'Ambiente e della Tutela del Territorio e del Mare, Ministero degli Affari Esteri e della Cooperazione Internazionale, Città Metropolitana di Milano, Comune di Milano, Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca, Amnesty International Italia, Legambiente, Ordine degli Avvocati di Milano, Ordine Provinciale dei Medici Chirurghi e degli Odontoiatri di Milano.