Also in this edition we ad the pleasure of hosting several participants, sush as Laurenzo, a French director in love with Italy who absolutely wanted to be present at the Italian premiere of his short film.
Rewilding Europe wants to make Europe a wilder place, with much more space for wildlife. In the Central Apennines, Rewilding Europe is working to create corridors of coexistence to connect wildlife with the local economy.
As part of the interviews conducted during the days of Cinema e Ambiente Avezzano 2021, we had a chat with Paola Morga and Silvia Cardarelli of the cooperative Ambecò which, for the past five years, has been collaborating in the organization of the festival. [...]
For the last appointment with the interviews with the directors and collaborators who were guests during the 2021 edition of Cinema e Ambiente Avezzano, we interviewed Arianna Rodriguez, producer of "Built Lands". [...]
We had the pleasure of having with us Lorenzo Malavolta and Lucia Mauri, directors of "Intrecci Etici - La rivoluzione della moda sostenibile in Italia", the film tells how in Italy a revolution is underway to make the fashion industry more ethical and sustainable. [...]
Waiting to unveil the winners of the 2021 edition of Cinema e Ambiente Avezzano we present you the interviews made during the festival to the directors and collaborators who have been our guests. [...]
Cinema e Ambiente continue to investigate the point of view of filmmakers who decide to talk about environmental issues. We digitally caught up with a member of the Boschilla collective, Andrea Chiloiro. [...]
Gianni Morandi, one of the greatest Italian artists (as well as influencer, we could say) decided to embrace the message launched by the organizers of the festival by wearing the official ecological t-shirts of the event. [...]
After the participation in the "Earth Hour" initiative, the evening continued with the screening of "Captain Fantastic" by director Matt Ross and the prizegiving to the Tuscan director Antonio Spanò, [...]
Japan decided to withdraw from the International Whaling Commission (IWC) and resume whaling in its coastal waters. A bad news both for whales in Antarctica and for cetaceans living in Japanese waters. [...]
The project of the no-profit Dutch organization The Ocean Cleanup has taken off to mark an historic moment in the fight against environmental pollution: the goal is to eliminate the Pacific Trash Vortex. [...]
The increase of the temperature of our planet is determined not only by the release of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases but also by something more intangible: bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies. [...]