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Film and Cultural Diplomacy: Young Europe

“Young Europe” tells 3 stories of young Europeans: Federico and Annalisa, who make friends with a 35 year old that still makes the life of the boy; Julian, the promise of basketball, engaged to the sweet Sarah, but in love with his Spanish teacher, and Josephine, beautiful and rich girl, subject to any kind of addiction. The background to their personal affairs are France, Italy, Ireland and Slovenia. The lives of the characters are intertwined in the tragedy that affects more than 100 people a day throughout Europe: road accidents. This issue is explored in a new way that questions about the causes, exploring the theme of parent-child, adult-young, investigating family relationships and society. “Young Europe” is an intense and innovative movie about young, and for young but suitable for all levels of interpretation. (Source here)


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The London Art as Cultural Diplomacy ConferenceAugust 21st, 2013


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