1968-2018: WHAT IS LEFT, WHAT IS RIGHT CALL FOR ENTRIES
A Transition Era (by Lorenzo Faggi, Damiano Ticconi). The web was originally conceived to meet the demand for information-sharing, but it has to face an everyday reality made of surveillance, monopoly, exploitation, data commercialization. All over the world, however, digital activists are fighting to humanize the web.
Looking for Utopia (by Claudio Di Mambro, Luca Mandrile, Umberto Migliaccio). Armed with his encyclopedic knowledge, and improbably disguised as Che Guevara, Paco Ignazio Taibo II meets 1968 militants and today’s activists trying to figure out where Utopia has gone.
No Border (by Carlo Greppi, Giampaolo Musumeci). Calais, Ceuta-Melilla, Samos, Brenner, and Ventimiglia are the sore spots of European policies. Along these five hot borders, we meet five activists who experienced the 1968 protests and recently joined the no border movement.
Power to the Identity (by Lorenzo Bagnoli, Christian Elia, Angelo Miotto, Paolo Riva). Guided by three great European thinkers – Anthony Giddens, Edgar Morin and Jürgen Habermas – we explore France, Spain and Hungary searching for the ‘identitarians’, fierce opponents of multiculturalism.
Regeneration (by Paolo Gerbaudo, Sante Altizio). For years, after the 2008 financial crisis, the world has been upset by several protests – the Arab Spring, the Spanish and Greek anti-austerity movements, Occupy Wall Street, Nuit Debout. A journey to the squares of indignant generations, and among their leaders.