CORTE DEL CASTELLO DI SPEZZANO
SATURDAY JULY 3RD RICCARDO STAGLIANÒ & FRANCESCA MANNOCCHI AT 6 P.M.
SUNDAY JULY 4TH RICCARDO STAGLIANÒ & PIPPO CIVATI AT 6 P.M.
“The State of things” is a dialogue led by the journalist Riccardo Staglianò with two important public figures of our contemporary world: Francesca Mannocchi and Pippo Civati. It is a meeting aimed at discussing migration, sustainability, society and politics, starting from topics and inputs offered by the films competing in the various categories of this Festival’s VI edition.
He began his career as a New York correspondent for the monthly publication Reset, then worked at Corriere della Sera and now writes investigative and news reports from Italy and abroad for Il Venerdì. For ten years he taught New Media at Roma Tre University. He has published Al posto tuo. Così web e robot ci stanno rubando il lavoro (Einaudi, 2016), Lavoretti. Così la sharing economy ci rende tutti più poveri (Einaudi, 2018), L’affittacamere del mondo. Airbnb è la nostra salvezza o la rovina delle città? (Einaudi 2020).
She i s a freelance journalist who deals with migration and conflicts and collaborates with several Italian and international newspapers (L’Espresso, Stern, Al Jazeera English, The Guardian, The Observer). He realized news report from Syria, Iraq, Palestine, Libya, Lebanon, Afghanistan, Egypt and Turkey. He won the Giustolisi Prize with the investigative report Missione impossibile (LA7 channel) on migrant trafficking and Libyan prisons. In 2018 her documentary Isis, Tomorrow. The Lost Souls of Mosul, directed with Alessio Romenzi was presented at the 75th edition of the Venice Film Festival.
He has been regional Councillor in Lombardy and deputy from 2013 to 2018. He has a PhD in Philosophy from the University of Milan, where he was chair of the History of Philosophy. Moreover, he collaborated with Istituto di Studi sul Rinascimento and the Universitat de Barcelona. He founded the publishing house People with the aim of telling and investigating the change in society.