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In collaboration with Human Rights Nights

A cry of alarm (and pain), as well as a magnificent declaration of love for an environment that has never been so mistreated, neglected, exploited yet still remains indispensable, certainly still beautiful. This is the film Home. Our Earth, a fascinating puzzle of aerial images taken in more than 50 countries around the world, to which the author Yann Arthus-Bertrand has devoted himself for over 15 years. That is, since when as a photographer he was enchanted by our Planet looking at it from above, discovering its wonders and at the same time noting the fragility of an equilibrium to be safeguarded. The filmmaker wanted to contribute to individual awareness by travelling for 18 months, filming a total of 500 hours of footage. The film does not attack but rather suggests, if anything it implores, it largely explains, with the statistical support required by the seriousness of the problem. What counts, according to the author, “is not that 50% of the forests have disappeared, but that the other 50% are still there”.

Free admission, upon reservation
On the occasion of the evening screenings, the exhibition is open until 10 pm


November 16 @ 21:00
21:00 — 22:00 (1h)

MAST Auditorium

Film projection, Proiezione