- Thu 5 Oct - 19:00
After the 2009 earthquake, director Emiliano Dante ended up living temporarily in a tented village. The then president Silvio Berlusconi promised that all tents would be replaced by proper houses before winter. He kept his promise. Dante is given a new home fourteen kilometres from his old one. But he doesn't find happiness there. In Habitat: Personal Notes, he offers a personal account of the stories of the residents of the Berlusconi houses. How does the earthquakes continue to affect them? How does a squatter start to sell property? And why is having a house not the same as finding a home?
Film with introduction and Q&A