The well-known theater actor, playwright, writer, composer and singer will present his book “Un ebreo contro” in dialogue with Livio Pepino, the director of Edizioni Gruppo Abele, the publishing house that published the work. There will also be a speech by Andrea Archinà, mayor of Avigliana and a testimony by Camilla Cantore of Pro Terra Sancta Network, an association that deals with sustainable tourism and for which he worked for three and a half years in Jerusalem and in the Palestinian Territories until last May.
In addition, the Valsusa Filmfest will deliver the “Bruno Carli Award” to Moni Ovadia, which in each edition is destined for exponents of organizations committed to defending rights and the environment in memory of Bruno Carli, partisan and first president of the Valsusa Filmfest association until 2002. . The award is curated by Maurizio Piccione and Elena Masoni who, together with the entire organizing group, have decided to deliver a second Carli Award to Moni Ovadia after delivering the award to the boys and girls of Friday for Future on 1 August. Valsusa and the Youth Committee no.
“Un ebreo contro” is an interview-book edited by Livio Pepino in which Moni Ovadia talks about herself in the round: from the friendships that influenced her artistic production – Dario Fo, Enzo Jannacci and many others – to her vision on politics and society. A dialogue without discounts for anyone on the left, on democracies, on the conflict between Israel and Palestine, on the last and the forgotten who have always been the protagonists of his artistic production.
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