Directed by Sandro Bozzolo
Country of Origin – Italy
The best Italian wines are produced after the work of Macedonian workers. The cheese production based on the presence of workers with turbans. The chestnut trees that find new custodians from Africa.
Milk, wine, cheese, fruit and chestnuts: the Italian region of Piedmont provides some of the main excellencies in the Italian food production, but its agricultural vocation is renewed in the sign of globalization, and becomes emblematic of what happened in the entire Western world.
Sandro Bozzolo holds a PhD in Migrations and Intercultural Processes (University of Genoa) and a Master in Social Communication and Urban Documentary.
He has directed several documentaries and short movies, including Ilmurrán – Maasai in the Alps (Best Italian Doc “Libero Bizzarri 2016”). His first feature film, Nijole, has been awarded at Bologna Biografilm Festival (2019) and at Vilnius Documentary Film Festival (2019).
He authored several books and he has led the journalistic research project Agritools.org in Senegal, Kenya, Uganda and Ghana, funded by European Journalist Centre. His reportages appeared on the Italians and international newsrooms.
His website is www.sandrobozzolo.work