A Forest of Words, a Forest of Silences
Poets Talk about their Roots
Festival of Hope 2
Nature and Roots are important issues in the contemporary political and social landscape. They are also vital themes in contemporary literature and poetry. In this event, three artists working in the New and Old Worlds will discuss how they recount inspiration and write about what we call commonly Nature. The event will be hosted by Professor Serenella Iovino of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, one of the leading figures in environmental humanities. Three Poets: the American Ann Fisher-Wirth, the Amazon born Juan Carlos Galeano and the Italian dendrosopher Tiziano Fratus.
In collaboration with Versopolis, Beletrina and Cinemambiente Festival in Turin - Festival of Hope will be broadcasted daily on official chanels: Versopolis Review, Versopolis Facebook and Instagram.
The largest Italian environmental film festival with a long history. It has been around for 23 editions so far.