Born in Jerusalem and still alive: David Ofek’s experience

In competition at the 2019 Tertio Millennio Film Fest, Born in Jerusalem and still alive, directed by Yossi Atia and David Ofek, is a journey to Jerusalem with a tour of the places of the terrorist attacks. Between Woody Allen and Nanni Moretti, a comedy that uses self-irony to deal with a deep trauma.
David Ofek’s experience

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Lo sguardo al femminile su The Shallows of Kabul

Due voci di peso lanciano uno sguardo attento sul primo lungometraggio di animazione in concorso al Tertio Millennio Film Fest: The Shallows of Kabul di Zabou Breitman e Eléa Gobé Mévellec:

– Marta Serafini, corrispondente esteri Corriere della Sera;
– Takoua Ben Mohamed, Fumettista Giiurata Tertio Millennio Film Fest 2019.

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A Deep Look On “The Remains”, By Nello Scavo

Nello Scavo, investigative journalist of Avvenire, has revealed with his work important facts about the smuggling of migrants on our Mediterranan Sea, and now reflects right on the Mare Nostrum starting from the film The Remains – After the Odissey, and on what we should start to remember.

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Homage To Robert Bresson

A great opportunity at the Tertio Millennio Film Fest with the homage to Robert Bresson, 20 years after the death of the beloved French director, with the meeting between Mylène Bresson (widow of the director), Gianni Amelio (2017 Bresson Award) and Mgr Davide Milani (President of Fondazione Ente dello Spettacolo), moderated by Gianluca Arnone (Artistic director of the Festival).

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“I Nostri” At The Tertio Millennio

The first Italian film in competition at the 2019 Tertio Millennio Film Fest has been presented: I Nostri, by Marco Santarelli. The director tells us about the film, after a meeting with the audience in which the young people involved in the film were the protagonists, Father Giuliano Savina (Director of the National Office for Ecumenism and Interreligious Dialogue of the CEI) and Father Lucio Sembrano (Secretary of the Pontiical Council for the Interreligious Dialogue).

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