image for Film item typeCineMigrante (cert TBC) at Gulbenkian Cinema

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Film, from 18 Oct 2017

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CineMigrante is a film festival born in Buenos Aires in 2010 to create a cinematographic space that contributes to raise awareness on migration and to contrast mass media stereotyped approach to the topic. The aim is that of promoting intercultural dialogue and cultural integration all around the world, providing spaces for information and/or training on issues related to migration and rights. CineMigrante uses different tools and "languages” (films, documentaries, photography, urban performances, workshops, conferences, debates, masterclasses) and collaborates with institutions, universities, NGO, social movements, migrants’ organizations, etc. Since 2010 CineMigrante, has moved through countries such as Colombia, Ecuador, Portugal, Chile, Spain and Italy.

The festival in Canterbury, with the collaboration of Kent Law School and SoCriL Research Group, is structured along two days, 18th and 19th of October, with one inaugural workshop with all participants, four film screenings along the two days, one seminar with Enrica Rigo from Università Roma 3, Clinic of Migration and Citizenship Rights and one special screening with the participation of the director Sylvain George (to be confirmed).

The focus of this edition is on “the border". The inaugural workshop will be an occasion to debate migration and borders through different perspectives (academy, activism, cinema). Each film will consider one particular instance: Calais, Lampedusa, Melilla, Mexico. Before each screening, the context of each specific border will be introduced. The seminar with Enrica Rigo will provide a space to discuss how social activism in the practice of law can affect academic dynamics, starting from the Università Roma 3 experience. The Q&A with the director will allow students and members of the public to engage with a critical practice of cinematography.

Florencia Mazzadi, Director of CineMigrante, will introduce the festival, referring to the history/trajectory of CineMigrante since its birth in 2010 in Buenos Aires and addressing the changing condition and migration policies in the contemporary Argentina; Sylvain George will speak about his work and his experience in Calais; Enrica Rigo will illustrate her work with migrants at Università Roma 3 and the importance of a political commitment of law practice; Martina Bernabai will tell about her work as activist in Melilla. In the case Sylvain George could not confirm his presence, he would be replaced by the director Peter Schreiner, author of Lampedusa.

Wednesday 18th October 2017
18.30 - 19.30 Opening Conference
19.30 -21.00 Lampedusa by Peter Schreiner (introduced by Gabriele D'Adda)
21.00 - 23.00 The Golden cage by Diego Quemada-Diez (introduced by Florencia Mazzadi)

Thursday 19th October 2017
16.00 – 18.00 Seminar on social impact: academy and activism. With Enrica Rigo
18.30 - 21.00 May they rest in revolt. Figures of wars 1 Q&A with Sylvain George
21.00 - 23.00 Victimes de nos richesses (introduced by Martina Bernabai)

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Dates Times
Wed 18 Oct 2017 18:30
Thu 19 Oct 2017 18:30

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Tickets for this event are free. Spaces available on a first come, first served basis, subject to availability, on the evening of the event.

Directions

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Map reference: TR 140599  Lat: 51.29866 Long: 1.06925

By car: Situated on the campus of the University of Kent. Follow the A2/M2 towards Dover and turn off onto the A28 towards Canterbury. Continue up to a large roundabout and follow the signs to 'The University'. When on the University's campus, follow the signs to the Gulbenkian Theatre. A map is available to download from their website.

By train: The closest BR train station is Canterbury West. From there, buses are available by Westgate to take you onto the University's campus. From the University drop off point, follow the signs towards the library and the Cornwallis buildings and on to the theatre.

By bus: A regular bus service operates from Canterbury City Centre to the University. For details telephone Travel Line on 0871 200 2233. Unibus 08702 433 711 www.stagecoachbus.com/eastkent

Free parking is available to Gulbenkian customers after 5pm on weekdays and all day at weekends in any University car park.

Parking: with charge

Accessible by Public Transport: 2 miles from Canterbury West station

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