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Being a migrant in Rome

Since some days ago, some of the migrants of Baobab’s informal camp in Rome have become even more homeless, roaming around the station looking for shelter. Fode goes to visit them often, sharing with them some time in the name of their common origin, Africa. And he has a message …

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The Rail Whale

TerminiTV needs your help. We are making a documentary about Termini, including footage filmed in these 4 years, always for free, always with a free mind. This is a 3 minute anticipation, where you can start feeling the vibe of what TerminiTV is about.  If you like to watch the …

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TerminiTV in 7 minutes

On April 25th 2015 TerminiTV was born, out of a group of 8 people with the goal of renewing the narration of usually stereotyped people: foreigners, travelers, migrants, expats.. who are all these people? Just people we meet everyday in a train station. Train stations are a symbol of a …

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The Chinese and the Nigerian at Perugia railway station

Three continents at one coffee table. Perugia is an international little city, home to the University for Foreigners, this Umbrian town is at the centre of Italy, among beautiful Appennines. This week it will be home to a Journalism festival, where our founder, Italian journalist Francesco Conte, is participating to …

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The only Chadian of Rome

Suleyman comes from Chad. He was a little over 17 when he arrived in Italy in the nineties, before I was even born. I meet him for the first time in front of his house. Which is practically around the corner from my house. How strange that I had never …

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Opa opa, Balkanik duo live in TerminiTV

OPA OPA aka INVASIONI BALCANICHE is a project born in 2011 in Rome when the poet/performer Jonida Prifti (Albania) meets the musician/producer Iva Stanisic (Serbia). At the beginning they make parties and musical selections of traditional and modern tunes from their countries including pop, hip hop, turbo folk and tallava. …

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