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Il Fatto Quotidiano

RE GIORGIO NAPOLITANO

Paper/Screen convergence, 2015

The two-term (unprecedented in the country's history) president of Italy has resigned. The timeline of Il Fatto Quotidiano (daily paper and leading website) recalls, with a critical point of view, the main events that marked the nine-year "reign" of "King Giorgio Napolitano".

La vita è un treno

Webdocumentary, 2014

Abandoned train lines

A four-part web series that takes the viewer on a tour of abandoned train lines that cross Italy, from Calabria to the Langhe area, from the Tyrrhenian coast to the Adriatic. Following the rusted railways and deserted stations, the stories highlight the dire consequences of shutting down smaller train lines in favour of long-distance, rapid ones: the loss of a rich heritage, waste of money and resources --- with a rise in road transportation (and pollution) and hardship for travelers --- and for by-passed towns, now forced into anonymity, the destruction of their lifelines into urban areas.

A CASA NON SI TORNA

Webdocumentary, 2012

Franca Rame's voice accompanies your exploration of this webdoc by Lara Rongoni, published on March 8th by Il Fatto Quotidiano. A woman foreman, a woman truck driver, and other stories about willpower and practical equality. Readers are invited to share their own experiences

WIKIREBELS

Webreport, 2011

ilfattoquotidiano.it proposes online, in English with Italian subtitles, a report on Wikileaks by the Swedish broadcaster SVT.

19 luglio 1992 - Una Strage di Stato, un film di Marco Canestrari e Salvatore Borsellino

Paper/Screen convergence, 2011

A transmedia campaign, promoted by the non-profit group Le Agende Rosse and the daily newspaper Il Fatto Quotidiano, to investigate the political roots of the 1992 assassination of judge Borsellino and 6 policemen in via Amelio in Palermo, and the disappearance of Borsellino's notebook. The new documentary on this attack is available in a DVD bundled with Il Fatto Quotidiano and on www.ilfattoquotidiano.it starting from 12 February 2011.

 
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