At the beginning of December 2020, the EMERGENCY NGO medical staff entered inside the Covid-2 ward of the San Giovanni di Dio Hospital in Crotone. The camera, staying away from voyeurism and the apology of heroism, repeatedly crosses the threshold of the Covid-2 department, questioning the relationship between the inside, what we can or must see, and the outside, the relationship with the world.
Directed by di Davide Preti Sound design by Dumbo Gets Mad
In Anglophone regions, violence intensified as government forces conducted large-scale security operations and armed separatists carried out increasingly sophisticated attacks. Over 3,000 civilians and hundreds of security forces personnel have been killed in the Anglophone regions since 2016, when the crisis started. The unrest in these regions led to the displacement of over half-a-million people.
Gunmen stormed a private school in Cameroon’s Anglophone South-West region on October 24, 2020, killing 7 children and injuring at least 13 others.
Thousands of videos have been uploaded on the web but don’t reach international attention. Why?
The reportage was pulished on italian television channel Tv2000.
‘The Frontline’ combines the testimonies of doctors and nurses in quarantine after contracting the infection in the ward, and the voice of those who, every day face the risk of visiting, operating and assisting patients using devices that reduce, but do not cancel the risk of infection.
How bars and restaurants faced, after at least 68 days of closure caused by the Coronavirus emergency, the reopening and the return to sociality
Covid19 has killed thousands of lives. But is this virus changing the idea of sociability?
After at least 68 days of months of ‘lockdown’ we are in phase 2, the beginning of a long transition towards a new normal. On this journey through the most popular neighborhoods of Milan nightlife, we listen to the managers of bars and restaurants while they reorganize their facilities and create new services to deal with the emergency. What are their fears, innovations, hopes and difficulties they are facing? Will Milan be able to be reborn?
Reportage by Davide Preti Lockdown shooting: Giovanni Freri
Thanks to: Colibrì Ugo Belè Restaurant La Balera dell’Ortica and Marco Morona
Interview with the daughters of Berta Caceres, on tour in Italy to raise awareness of the murder of their mother, the most famous Hondurian environmental activist. This interview, made with Marta Serafini, has been pubblished on Corriere della Sera. Click here to see the reportage
Moise was 4yo when he lost his left leg due to the earthquake that hit Haiti on January 12, 2010. Ten years later, the summer holidays are drawing to a close. Moise, his parents and his younger brother Sonel lived in the Mariani district, on the western side of Port-au-Prince. The walls and roof of their modest home are made of corrugated iron. The family lost everything due to the earthquake. Without the house, which collapsed with the earthquake, they moved to a peripheral area of the capital. But luckily they all survived. This is the story of that day, 10 years ago.
Reportage made in Reggio Emilia at Campi Soncini Kindergarten for Dimora D’Abramo. The Campi Soncini kindergarten is located in Via Adua near the Reggio Emilia Train Station. Inserted in the most multi-ethnic neighborhood of Reggio Emilia, its classes are composed of almost 80% foreigners.