25 October 2017

Presentation of “Il vento i giorni” by Fabio Fiori, published by Pequod Edizioni

With Antonio Luccarini.

This story is about the difficult relationship the protagonist, Cosimo, has with two women from the opposite shores of the Adriatic Sea.

Free entrance

Protection of human rights in the Adriatic and Ionian Region – “Growing up together. Unaccompanied foreign minors in Italy”

Organized by the Ombudsman for adults and children’s rights of Le Marche Region.
With Sandra Zampa, promoter of the Law 47/2017 on the measures of protection of unaccompanied foreign minors and Filomena Albano, Ombudsman for Childhood and Adolescence.

Following, asylum seekers in concert: Project S.O.U.L.
Vocals: Kelvin Ashu, Hope Idiaghe, Faith Okoror, Godspower Orunwa, Adams Sanagogo, Chukuemeka Iyare, Francis Inueonwi, Bridget Oghogho, Abigel Aysan Bridget
Kora: Kanuteh Jabel
Keyboard: Prince Kesson

Free entrance

“La musica è pericolosa” by Nicola Piovani

In conjunction with the 6th Governing Board of the Adriatic and Ionian European Strategy (EUSAIR), under the Italian Presidency and pro tempore Presidency of the Adriatic and Ionian Initiative (IAI).
In collaboration with AMAT.

Nicola Piovani: piano
Marina Cesari: saxophone/clarinet
Pasquale Filastò: cello/guitar/mandocello
Ivan Gambini: drums and percussion instruments
Marco Loddo: double bass
Sergio Calicchio: keyboard and accordion

Entrance cost: € 15,00

Frida Neri (vocals) & Antonio Nasone (guitar)

A Music travel from Portugal to the South of Italy, from the Balkans to the New Continent.

Free entrance

26 October 2017

Presentation of “Intoccabili” by Valerio La Martire, published by Marsilio Editori

With Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)

Free entrance

“Turkish things! Freedom of speech”. With Asli Erdogan and Marco Ansaldo

Diritti e Rovesci. The protection of human rights in a changing world.
Organized by the Ombudsman for adults and children’s rights of Le Marche Region.
Introduction by Andrea Nobili.

Asli Erdogan will be awarded with the Adriatico Meditarraneo 2017 prize.

Free entrance

Presentation of “Il Tulipano blu” by Cassandra Mengarelli, published by edizioni Guasco

Antonio Luccarini talks with the author.

Free entrance

Moni Ovadia & Giovanni Seneca in “Rotte Mediterranee”

Moni Ovadia: vocals
Giovanni Seneca: guitars, compositions and arrangement
Anissa Gouizi: vocals
Gabriele Pesaresi: double bass
Francesco Savoretti: Mediterranean percussions

Entrance cost: € 10,00

A selection of short movies about social issues, in collaboration with PigrecoZen FilmFest

I'VE JUST HAD A DREAM, by Javi Navarro
ONE DAY IN JULY, by Hermes Mangialardo
AUSTERITY, by Renos Gavris
SIGNATURE, by Kei Chikaura
TO KYMA - A RESCUE IN THE AEGEAN SEA, by Arantza Diez and David Fontseca

Projections are in the original language with English subtitles.

Free entrance

Figli di Annibale

Sandra Cattaneo (vocals) and Cosimo Gallotta (guitar)

Free entrance

27 October 2017

Cultural experiences to tackle radicalisation in jails

Organized by the Ombudsman for adults and children’s rights of Le Marche Region.

Screening of the documentary movie “Nuddu”, made in the prison of Favignana by Stefania Orsola Garello.
With Stefania Orsola Garello, actress and theatre director, and Mohammed Khalid Rhazzali, professor of sociology at Padua University and author of the essay “L’Islam in carcere” (Islam in prisons).

Free entrance

Presentation of “Non aspettarmi vivo” by Anna Migotto and Stefania Miretti, published by Einaudi

Jurij Bogogna talks with the authors.

Who are the boys who decide to join Daesh? What brings them to leave everything behind, the love of their mothers, girlfriends and brothers to go to war against the infidels?

Free entrance

“The right to youth: Matrimonio siriano” with Laura Tangherlini and Marco Rò

Diritti e Rovesci. The protection of human rights in a changing world.
With Meri Marziali, president of Equal Opportunity Commission of Le Marche Region.

A reportage of the Syrian tragedy, a travel diary of a wedding; but especially a collection of witnesses from refugees – mostly women and children – made by a couple who decided to travel through Turkish and Lebanese camps in order to help Syrian orphans in the days before their wedding.

Free entrance

Alessio Boni in “Lo stesso mare”

Simone Campa - vocals and percussion instruments
Celeste Gugliandolo - vocals
Alessandra Osella – accordion

Entrance cost: € 15,00

Selection of short movies from Terra di Tutti Film Festival

With representatives from GVC Marche and the journalist Pierfrancesco Curzi.

Free entrance

Oneiric Folk-Pop & popular things

Luigino Pallotta (accordion) - Marco Lorenzetti (percussion instruments) - Claudio Mangialardi (double bass, cello) - Adriano Taborro (guitars, ouds, mandolin, violin)

Free entrance

28 October 2017

“Il Pugile del Duce” by Tony Saccucci

Welcoming, and guests introducing by Marcello Marcellini, lawyer.

To follow debate leaded by Fernando Piazzolla, lawyer and president of Camera Penale of Ancona, with Mauro Valeri, author of the book “Nero di Roma” (Palombi Editori) and director Tony Saccucci.

Organized by Criminal Chamber of Ancona, and supported by FIP and FIP Marche.

Free entrance

“Go back to your country!” Xenophobes and racists in the web and in reality. Meeting with Leila Ben Salah

With Jurij Bogogna.

Free entrance

“Europe and its fears: rights at risk”. With Gianandrea Gaiani and Luigi Narbone

Diritti e Rovesci. The protection of human rights in a changing world.
Organized by the Ombudsman for adults and children’s rights of Le Marche Region.
Moderated by Guido Maurino, journalist.

Free entrance

"Youth policies and mobility in Europe: a common road map"

Opening by Simone Pelosi, President of the City Council of Ancona, and Federica Ciciliani, President of Iniziativa Democratica.
With Paolo Marasca, City Councillor for Culture; Alessandro Gaeta, Vice President Iniziativa Democratica; Fabrizio Bitetto, National Coordinator of GaragErasmus Foundation; Stefano Campanari, President of ScambiEuropei.
With the partecipation of Sofia Corradi, pedagogist, and moderated by Martina Marinangeli.
Organized by Iniziativa Democratica.

Free entrance

'O Rom feat. Daniele Sepe - Influenze Balcaniche (Balkan Influences)

Daniele Sepe - saxophone
Carmine D'Aniello - vocals and guitars
Carmine Guarracino - guitar
Emidio Ausiello - percussion instruments
Nino Conte - accordion
Patrizio Catalano - drum
Roberto Caccavale - double bass
Carmen Famiglietti - gipsy dance

Entrance cost: € 10,00

Antonio Del Sordo (guitar)

A versatile guitarist with flamenco influences breaking the borders of genres and merging different musical cultures.

Free entrance