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February 6, 2024 at 7pm


Screening of


When Cinema Looks to Nature

at Stadtkino Basel

With the presence of Adelina von Fürstenberg Producer, Clemente Bicocchi filmmaker of Crepuscolo and Daniel Maselli DDC/DFAE.


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The Time of the Witness

September 23 at 3.30pm


Study Day dedicated to the work of the philosopher

and art activist Fulvio Salvadori 


at the Atelier Marco Bagnoli

Via della Quercia 9 - Montelupo Fiorentino, Florence



Jungle Fever

by Takumã Kuikuro


Segment of INTERACTIONS Film



Mostra Ecofalante de Cinema Film Festival,
Saõ Paulo, Brazil 




Screenings at Lago Maggiore, Italy


Eremo di Santa Caterina del Sasso

June 9th at 7.30pm - Special Event

June 10th - June 18th -  Every day from 9.30am to 7.30pm

June 10th and June 11 - From 7.30pm at 10pm

Pro Loco, Isola dei Pescatori

July 23rd - July 30th
Every day 2 sequences from 1.15pm at 3pm and from 2pm at 4pm

Sala Toscanini at the Hotel Majestic, Verbania

September 8th 
Special Event in the evening


June 10, 2023 at 9pm



Screening of Interdependence Film at Pedion of Areos Park in Athens, Greece followed by a Q+A, organized by the Municipality of Athens in the context of The Environmental Day.

Elephant in the Room

by Nila Madhab Panda


Segment of INTERACTIONS Film



Short to the Point International Film Festival, Bucharest, Romania




When Cinema Looks to Nature

Special Screenings in Venice


April 26 2023 at 6.30pm


With the presence of:


Adelina von Fürstenberg Producer of INTERACTIONS

Clemente Bicocchi, Filmmaker of Crepuscolo

Davide Poletto, President of ONG Venice Plastic Free


at Palazzo Trevisan degli Ulivi

Dorsoduro 810/ Campo S.Agnese, Venice


April 27 2023 from 2pm to 5pm

In collaboration with the University IUAV

Workshop and screening with the students of University IUAV,

the Filmmaker Clemente Bicocchi, the Prof. Marco Bertozzi, 

Department of Documentary and Experimental Cinema. 

Curatorship Camilla Salvaneschi

at Palazzo Trevisan degli Ulivi

Dorsoduro 810/ Campo S.Agnese, Venice

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When Cinema Looks to Nature

Broadcasted in 44 public TVs across

15 countries in Latino America thanks to TAL (Televion America Latina)                   

Argentina, Bolivia, Brasil, Chile, Colombia,

Costa Rica, Cuba,Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru,Puerto Rico, Republica Dominicana, Uruguay





When Cinema Looks to Nature

Latino America Premiere

March 27 2023


at Cine SESC Sao Paulo 

With the presence of the filmmakers:

Oskar Metsavaht and Takuma Kuikuro


March 2023


Screening at Birhatta Art Foundation

Dhaka, Bangladesh



When Cinema Looks to Nature

March 22 2023


at the Maison de la Paix

In collaboration with the IHEID and with the Permanent Mission of India to the UN and other International Organizations and the Consulate General of India, Geneva.


When Cinema Looks to Nature

March 3 2023

8 pm

at Darfo Boario Terme 


Première in Geneva 


When Cinema Looks to Nature

January 19 2023

7.15 pm

Centre des arts,  Ecolint 

In collaboration with the Permanent Mission of India to the UN and other International Organizations and the Consulate General of India, Geneva.

Next screening of INTERACTIONS

on March 23 at the Maison de la Paix,  Geneva,

in collaboration with the IHEID.


Statment by Sergio Risaliti:

ART for The World in Florence 

for “GREEN- LINE. Less light, more lightness”

7 December 2022 – 8 January 2023

Sergio Risaliti, Artistic Director

December 14, 2022 at 9pm

Premiere of INTERACTIONS in Tuscany at Cinema della Compagnia organized by the Museum Novecento, Florence


December 15, 2022

Forum Climate Change and Heritage

Palazzo Vecchio, Salone dei Cinquecento












December 16, 2022

"From Zero Degree of Criticism to the Crisis of Curatorship"

A Day of  Study dedicated to Pier Luigi Tazzi

Palazzo Strozzi

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Book Launching 

Istituto di Traduzione

by Giuseppe Caccavale

published by Dante&Descartes

November 10, 2022


at ASSAB ONE in Milan

Via Privata Assab 1, Milan


Giuseppe Caccavale

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Book Launching 

Photographing Art

by Franz Egon von Fürstenberg

published by Skira

March 22 2022


in Rome

organized by MAXXI

sala Carlo Stampa, via Guido Reni 4

April 2 2022


in Milan

organized by Assab One

via Privata Assab 1

July - August 2021 

Screenings in Venice

organised by the Municipality of Venice



In the context of Uno sguardo sul futuro / A look at the Future, one of the seven appointments to discuss on the environment and the possible future through cinema with experts, writers, artists, personalities. Wednesday July 14 at 9pm at the Parco San Giuliano di Mestre.


"...A story I never forgot...", 2015, short movie by Rosana Palazyan, Brazil

A Boy, A Wall and A Donkey, 2008, short movie by Hani Abu-Assad, Palestine

In the context of FLOATING CINEMA, the first Italian drive-in cinema by boat lands in Venice.

From July 28th to August 31st.


Brazil screening on the facades of the building in Ipanema and Humaita in Rio and in Duque de Caxias 

Tuã Ingugu by Daniela Thomas


On Oct-18th in Brazil,  on the buildings in the neighbourhoods of Ipanema and Humaitá, in Rio, and in Duque de Caxias, another town, next to Rio, it was screened  "Tuã Ingugu", the short movie of the Brazilian filmmaker Daniela Thomas on the Xingu indigenous and their concern with the rivers pollutions in Amazonia,  a segment of "Interdependence"  film on Environment and  Climate Change.


Greece  Avant Première on Hydra Island




August 8 at 9pm

at the Cinema Gardenia (open air)

in partnership with the Museum of Historical Archives, Hydra and the Greek CineClub


followed by a Q+A, with the participation of 

Dr Michel Tsamados  (Department of Earth Sciences of UCL University College, London),  Expert on Climate Change  who recently part of the   Expedition Mosaic to study the Arctic Climate System and 

Arch. George Dimitriou consultant of the Ecological Alliance in the Attica Region

More: Huffington Post


Matt Mullica


Sheba Chhachhi

e-conference June 17

"If a prospect is not a prophecy, it is a view" 

Robert Oppenheimer


Panel moderated by Adelina von Fürstenberg with the participation of Denys Zacharopoulos, Art Historian and International Curator, the artists Sheba Chhachhi living and working in New Delhi and Matt Mullican living and working in New York and Berlin.

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ART for The World creates cultural projects for large audiences, with contemporary artists and filmmakers from all the horizons. It’s latest film production Interdependence raise awareness on Environment and Climate Change underlining the interdependence between Humans and Nature.

The sphere of art is not only limited to beauty but embraces everything which is shared in life – such is the content of art and science, as mentioned in the Art. 27 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. 

Denys Zacharopoulos has developed the panels's  title  inspired by  Oppenheimer's  text “Prospects in the Arts and Sciences”, where the scientist  raised the question of singular views of the world which offer awareness of people’s lives, intuition and imagination. For Zacharopoulos the prospect to move from an Ego-logical world to an Ecological one is what artist can offer as a means to accept positively what we don’t know and transform criminal ignorance into positive awareness. Art can offer a tiny little space that remains always outside the map, the list, bureaucracy and institutionalization, giving the power to surprise a person and allow for him or her to be surprised.  

Matt Mullican has presented his universe where he embraces all the elements of  our  daily life, city, nature, arts, sports, politics, life, death, etc. In today’s world we are living in a pictured universe of the internet and the Iphone, our Temporal  Experience of the world is not physically in front of us any more.  It is on a screen. The difference between the Pictured Reality and  Objective Reality is becoming less and less Important. What is more important is how we feel toward what see. We want to feel good when we look at a picture.  Even if it’s not there!  

Sheba Chhachhi showed excerpts from her large scale immersive installations on issues of ecology, which take on new significance in the pandemic today. The pandemic has made transparent the critical structuring principle of our planet: interdependence. Inter-disciplinarity, sensorial, bodily encounters and dialogic methods as shown in her work, raises awareness, but art should not be  instrumentaliized.

Past News/Events

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Histoires d'Eaux


Regards contemporains d’artistes


Table ronde avec Benji Boyadgian, Barthélémy Toguo et 

Adelina von Fürstenberg

3rd edition of the Festival of Human Rights 

Triennale of Milan

20-24 March 2018

with the participation of ART for The World film productions