Migranti is a three-day film festival, to be held at the University of Gastronomic Sciences campus in Pollenzo and in Bra from the first of June to the third of june 2018 and dedicated to issues relating to migrations, particularly second generations, coexistence, identity and multiculturality.
The intention of the Migranti project is to bring together a group of writers, researchers and directors, some migrants, others not, who are working to establish to a participatory way of communicating that allows the inclusion of “other” memories within the shared heritage of national and transnational memory and at the same time records the migratory processes currently underway. One of the project’s objectives is to represent the diversity and the subjective experience within migration. To this end, migrant directors will be taking part in discussions after the screenings and sharing their perspectives, poised between storytelling and self-narration, with the aim of creating a platform for debate, support and action.

Long movie, documentary, short

The theme chosen for 2018 is the universal value of meeting, represented by ways of understanding each other through different cultures, languages and religions and their minglings, including gastronomic.

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  • Maren Wickwire

    Migranti Film Festival changed my status to finalist but then told me they made a mistake and excluded my film from the festival. So unfortunately I didn't get to go this year but I do like their mission and effort to present divers voices from the migrant community.

    June 2018
  • Josue Oropeza

    Thank you for the selection! I am terribly sorry I could not make it to the event. I hope you enjoyed my film! Best of luck.

    -Josue

    July 2017