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Storytelling in train stations: Umbria special

Today I joined a class called Sunrise film walk, organised by visual journalist Robb Montgomery  at the International Journalism festival in Perugia. Our task was to create a short video in half an hour, so I decided to go to the nearest railway station, Perugia Sant’Anna, where trains have been substituted by …

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Hip Hop, graffiti and trains with Italian rapper Amir Issaa

Here’s a TerminiTV special on Hip Hop and graffiti writing with Italian rapper Amir Issaa, who talks to us about his upbringing, Termini, and his neighborhood Torpignattara, where a unique festival is taking place these days, called Karawan Fest, where all movies are comedies depicting foreign communities living also in …

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The scarf

He arrived at the station out of breath, tripping continuously on the scarf that he held in his hand. It was late at night and the lights of the building were splendid. But this only goes for those who have a bit of time to spare. For everyone else it’s just neon …

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Carlo, trains and windows

“Writing is sometimes rewriting” “Check it out,” thought Carlo, zipping up his trousers. “On trains even the writing on bathroom walls can be a trip. Even if, to tell the truth, I wouldn’t underestimate the charm of ‘337199697 – call me, I have three tits’ on the 916 bus to …

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