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Trailer by Sara Lardani



Eleven filmmakers joining forces to raise awareness on Environment and Climate Change


INTERDEPENDENCE is a unique film composed by eleven short-movies. Produced in 2019, the film explore in a sensible and creative way the position of humankind and nature. The key stories illustrated by the eleven internationally recognized filmmakers reflect the intertwined relations between human society and natural environment that are aggravated by climate change on multiple dimensions and scales, hinting at possible solutions.


Participants have been selected for their well-established artistic qualities and their strong commitment to addressing issues and themes related to the environment and Global Warming:


Faouzi BENSAÏDI (Morocco), Ása HJÖRLEIFSDÓTTIR (Iceland), Salomé LAMAS (Portugal), Bettina OBERLI (Switzerland), Shahrbanoo SADAT (Afghanistan), Mahamat-Saleh HAROUN (Chad), Leon WANG (China), Nila MADHAB PANDA (India), Daniela THOMAS (Brazil), Silvio SOLDINI (Italy), Karin WILLIAMS (New Zealand).


INTERDEPENDENCE is an ART for The World production, with the patronage of the United Nations in Geneva, the World Meteorological Organization and the City of Milan.

It is supported by international public institutions such as the Swiss Direction of Cooperation and Development, EFI/ITC/EU, SESC Sao Paulo,  as well private corporations such as GAIL (India),  Fondazione Cariplo, Milan,  among others,  all invested in focusing on Climate Change and Global Warming, and determined to help to spread that urgent message.


INTERDEPENDENCE is distributed by Eurovision/EBU-European Broadcasting Union on its partners TVs around the world such as TAL-Televisiòn America Latina and ABU-Asia Broadcasting Union. In Africa the movie is promoted and distributed by VoxAfrica.


ART for The World as well actively promote INTERDEPENDENCE in film festivals and in special events in  developing  a worldwide educational program, distributing the movie in universities, NGO network, museums, cultural institutions, schools and social media, together with supporting Q+A, workshops, dialogues and educational activities.


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