To kick off the digital #TerraMadre2020, at SFYN we think that the best way is to organize a fun event that allows us to be connected throughout the distance. What better than watching a movie together?
We have the honor of hosting one of the first public screenings of “Heartwood”, an inspirational documentary, made by a group of youth from our network: Agostino and Stefano Petroni, Sava Riaskoff, Luke Namer and Daniel Halper. In 2016 and 2017 they visited three indigenous communities in Brazil, Mexico and Colombia and, in collaboration with them, they have created this documentary to tell unique stories of gastronomic resilience.
The streaming will take place on Sunday 18th of October at 8.45 PM CEST on the Slow Food Youth Network YouTube channel. Before sharing the movie, at 8.30 PM CEST, and after the screening, at 10 PM CEST we will have the pleasure to listen to the movie producers and some representatives of the communities! This will happen on the Slow Food Youth Network and Slow Food International Facebook pages.
The movie will be screened for free, but you can offer a symbolic “ticket” to a special fundraiser; click here to make a donation.
Financed by the European Union. “The contents of this event are the sole responsibility of the author and the EASME is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained therein.”
Event languages: EN, ES