|when:||October 5th - 8th, 2023|
|address:||WeWorld GVC Onlus|
Via Francesco Baracca 3
|deadline:||June 4th, 2023|
|entry form:||Submission at Filmfreeway.com|
Terra di Tutti Film Festival began in 2007, with the vital aim of giving a voice to the many documentary makers who use the video medium as a form of critical expression, scrutinising the world and the issues that affect the countries of the southern hemisphere.
Organised by two non-governmental organisations working towards international cooperation for development, WeWorld GVC Onlus and COSPE Onlus, TTFF brings documentaries and social cinema from the global south to Bologna, with the aim of revealing the realities of life in these countries, of people and social battles that are often ‘invisible’ into discussion.
The festival welcomes many types of audiovisual media and short films, with narratives concentrating on the fight for equal rights, gender, protecting freedom, active citizenship, and environmental and ecological concerns.
Terra di Tutti Film Festival would like to provide true visions of the south, without rhetoric, censorship or pity, but instead with the belief that just one individual, with an open mind and a refusal to accept the idea of an immutable reality, can help us to change the present and work together towards better futures.
And we can do this through cinema.
Awards & Prizes:
The festival offers 4 prizes of 1000 (one thousand) Euro each for the 4 best works: Prize Benedetto Senni having a value of 1.000 (one thousand) Euro, which will be given to the best film addressing issues relating to the fight against poverty, valorisation and defence of natural resources, food sovereignty, sustainable and biological agriculture, access to water and migrations.
Prize Giovanni Lo Porto, the aid worker and GVC’s collaborator killed in 2015 during a US anti-terrorist attack. This prize, having a value of 1.000 (one thousand) Euro, has the main purpose of valorising documentaries narrating the efforts and the resistance of men and women who do not hesitate in the face of violence and persecution, but promoting values such as solidarity and respect for human rights, peace and freedom.
Prize Stories of Invisible Youth, worth 1,000 Euros, assigned by a jury composed of members and employees of EmilBanca, dedicated to invisible young people described by authors under 35. The aim of the award is to support and enhance the young authors who tell the challenges faced by the new generations.
Prize Voices of Invisible Women, worth 1,000 Euros, awarded by a jury composed of members of Coop Alleanza 3.0, a recognition for the best audiovisual on a female theme.