WORLD Here are some tools collected in these days of #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd e #BlackLivesMatter, imagining a mini digital library for anti-racism – a page in progress, to update also with your contribution and which, given the global theme, collects resources especially but not only in English; a page made of links to information, essays, stories, books, podcasts, videos that help us to see the world from the other point of view.
WORLD Found by chance at a flea market, read in a summer Sunday. And here we share with you the essay that gives the title to this book, a collection of various brief and intense thoughts, written by one of the most creative minds in the history of mankind. It’s always good to see the world through the eyes of others, enjoy the reading! #SundayBook #CCTips
WORLD There are all the reasons in the world to travel the world. Literally! The world is a beautiful place and it must have crossed your mind at least once to see the wonders it offers. What’s stopping you from travelling to these wondrous places? We are sure you have your reasons, here are a few of ours why you totally should travel.
SEETIES Inspired by the imaginative world of Van Gogh, ‘No Blue Without Yellow’ – a short film by Maciek Janicki – offers an emotive tour through the world Vincent Van Gogh saw and captured in his paintings. The fantasy lasts simply two minutes, but within that short time the observer is immersed in a painter’s lifetime.
SEETIES ‘Future Thoughts’ is an experimental short film, directed by Loek Vugs, showing in 3 minutes a collection of ideas about everyday life and new technologies in the near future… What do you think about?
PALERMO “After having explored the Italian Capital of Culture 2018, we have moved for some days of relax to Cefalù: a small fishing village and popular beach resort easy to reach by car or train from the City.” – Another photo story by Venelina Preininger! #CCTravellers2018
NEW YORK A look at the powerful connection between a pair of outdoor ping pong tables, in the heart of New York City, and the unlikely group of people they’ve brought together, from homeless people to investment bankers to gangbangers. Rain or shine, they’ll be there. At “The Tables”. A beautiful, very beautiful, 15-minute documentary by Jon Bunning, filmmaker and art director based in Brooklyn, NY. Watch the short film here!
BUDAPEST In this animated short film directed by Hungarian illustrator Borbála Tompa, we follow the story of five immigrants, two of whom still lives in this city as refugees…
BRAZIL, I want you so much but I’m afraid. I love you, I desire you, but I hate you, deep down. I do not see the wonderful future that I see with you. You created this damn paradise with your debris and traumas. I do not know if my heart can handle you any longer. My Impossible Brazil. – An intense short film directed by Fabrício Brambatti // Urso Morto and produced by Iconoclast Brazil