How will the next years be? What do we need to do to preserve the future? What’s cinema social responsability? We try to find a possible answer, through cinema.
Duemila30 is an International Short Festival for High School and University students, focused on the UN 2030 Agenda and organized in collaboration with the United Nations Regional Information Center (UNric) and United Nations Cinema. A platform where young filmmakers and professionals get together to discuss cinema’s social responsibility, during three days of educational events in Milan. The festival is now at its second Edition, after the success of the first one in December 2018.
Winners and Awards
HIGH SCHOOLS STUDENTS
“On life’s shores” by Can Yalman (Turkey)
Training with a communication advisor and a videomaker at Cesvi
“Creole Balls” by Juan Vincente Manrique and Vittorio Dugarte Barbarito (Venezuela)
“Green Drop Award”: Jury Member at the 76th Venice Film Festival for the Green Drop Award 2019.
Short course “Cinema Exercises” at the Civica Scuola di Cinema Luchino Visconti in Milan.
“Artificial Bid” by Shira Haimovici (United Kingdom)
One GoPro offered by SoleLuna - Doc Film Festival.
A workshop offered by Raindance Film Festival.