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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 10 minute anticipation, where you can start feeling the vibe of what TerminiTV is about. Homeless, travelers, artists, residents encountered along …

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A ghost city 2018

What would happen if you walked around your city at night in full summertime, with people who can tell you stories about abandoned and forgotten spaces and times? This is “A Ghost City”, a Stalker-No working idea for L’Estate Romana 2018. While here is the full video of last year’s …

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Dancer in Manila metro

You can bet no one has done this before here. Metro in Manila is synonym of “hell”, for most people. Crowded, late, slow.. but you know, we at TerminiTV still love trains and stations no matter what, and we try to bring moments of beauty to places that are usually …

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On the bus in Peru to make rap

It’s called “carreo”, that is living the bus life in Peru. These guys do it by making freestyle rap on the bus. The Andes, Alpacas, shamans, Ayhuasca, perhaps the rainforest, and barely the desert; this is what comes to mind when speaking of Peru in the West. “Lima? They told …

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A Ghost City

Seven walks at night, exploring Rome and its hidden ghosts. This is “A Ghost City”, that the art collective Stalker – No Working organised for the 40th anniversary of “Estate Romana”(Roman Summer). Here’s a video made by TerminiTV’s founder Francesco Conte.  From “A Ghost city” website: “Seven blind meetings to …

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Abdel, the Sudanese poet in Paris

Abdelmoniem Rahma is a Sudanese born poet and journalist now living in Paris. He received asylum because of his political commitment in Sudan, which sent him to jail in his home country, with the risk of death penalty. Later, he managed to escape to Ethiopia, but then again he was …

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Worried about my future in Rome

“I’m a bit afraid about my future here in Rome”, Alina says. She came to Italy 16 years ago from the region of Moldavia, in Romania, and soon she will be officially a psychotherapist.  YMOBILITY is the first project to provide a comparative overview of the major youth mobility pathways …

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Goodbye London, I go back to Rome

10 years ago, Wendy moved to London to work. 2 years ago, she came back to Rome. She tells us how she feels about it and how her experience of mobility has been. Produced in collaboration with Ymobility, a Sapienza university project. YMOBILITY is the first project to provide a …

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