Vanessa Redgrave will be awarded with the Lifetime Achievement Award in the 75th edition of Biennale del Cinema, yet her interview in the conference room focused on immigration and her childhood years. Recently she directed a documentary, Sea Sorrow, trying to shake people’s consciousness on the painful theme of refugees. Sadly she reported how limited […]

Migrant’s winter in the Italian mountainous communities.

As David Levi Strauss says in Between the eyes: essays on photography and politics “the only safe way to interrupt panic is to slow down things, rely on social interaction to break the circle of irrational fears”(2007). Despite globalization and technological progress, the pervasivity of social media and our virtual ubiquity, one of the biggest […]

For many of the refugee and migrant children who are stranded in Idomeni, being in Greece seems like a game. Some of them are too young to completely realize what exactly is happening, while others try to focus on the fact that they are safe and far away from war even if the situations are […]

Over Seas A photo-documentary about the helpers of Lesbos. Refugees undertake a life-risking journey to the Greek island Lesbos, on which they seek to find some rest before continuing their journey to Europe. It is impossible to ignore the refugee catastrophe in the media. Europe is falling apart while negotiating a strategy to deal with […]

This reportage is about an area of Calais (at the northern border of France with England), which has become one of the largest refugee camps in northern Europe. ED. Note :Recently the french government decided to take down this area. For days the police had to work hard to destroy all the illegal installations and […]

Somali refugees in Italy: avoiding the risk of been killed or forced to fight they try to move from Somalia to foreign countries.