A documentary project that can be supported on Ulule.com before April 18th 2019, one of the largest international crowdfunding platforms.
We Expat trailer
The two authors finished filming, in the Netherlands, working together with a professional troupe and filming interviews and outside in Haarlem, Den Haag and Leeuwarden. Now it’s the turn to the post-production and so to the final rush to make the documentary: the crowdfunding campaign funds will be used for this. Meanwhile, the We Expat project has already participated to several live presentations and more than 50% of the total crowdfunding contribution has been already reached. It can be supported until April 18th 2019 on Ulule.com, one of the most popular crowdfunding platforms (ulule.com/we-expat).
The two authors chose to leave Bologna (Italy) Then, over two years in Amsterdam and accept the challenges of being part of a different society, and facing the challenges with regards to language, customs and interactions to people.From this experience as well out of the desire to know the experiences of others who, like them have chosen to move away from their home and a documentary project “We Expat” was born.
They are two young people, Laura Frontera and Giordano Polidoro. At the center of the documentary there are the store three very different people who have left their country of origin to live elsewhere: telling these stories from a reflective point of view wants to give value to the feelings and different cultures that intertwine, creating a common and universal thread in which to identify oneself, while respecting the uniqueness of the person here is Brenda, from Mexico City, then Natalya, born in Siberia, and finally Anky, who teaches second-generation immigrant children Dutch.“They are people who have transmitted us something substantial – say the authors of We Expat.
The latter bring with them Particular energy and an expansive inner space and a keen desire to express the energy. They are in a period of transition or reflection that enriches the conversations by revealing intimate and intense moments “.The documentary is aimed at expatriate people, those who have relatives, friends, or colleagues who live far from their country of origin, and those who feel that they are far from their culture even though they live a few hundred kilometers from home.
The trailer of the documentary is full of joy and melancholy, the joy of living in a place where these people want to build their future, but in the meanwhile, the difficulties related to being far from their country, without mastering the language, and without the help of the family, who sometimes can help to feel less alone, like a container full and empty, at the same time.
Watching the excerpts from the filming became clear that this is an important topic to talk about; the two authors want to spread this theme using a documentary. This piece is more relevant than ever, not only for the questions that affect European citizens residing in Great Britain struggling with Brexit but also in a world that seems to go in the opposite direction, towards borders and nationalism. In this context becomes fundamental to talk about ethnopsychology, which takes care of the psychological consequences of people from different social and cultural contexts.
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