On the eve of the 68 protests, a young boy unable to accept the way the main power portrayed all its opponents, decided to become a photographer to put things in order. Taking a beautiful picture is an act of faith. Tano D’Amico started a new path which led him at the fore front during the social riots in the 70: the rise of new movements, a generation on the threshold of history, that for the first time entered the history, the hopes, the illusions, the betrayals. Tano didn’t want to forget, this is the reason why today keeps on taking photos of workers, homeless, migrants, the lasts and people taking the streets.
Matteo Alemanno is a filmmaker who, in the last years, has produced different reports on different issues, such as sustainability, the right to housing and to work.
Francesco Rossi is the author of the radio program Il Minestrone, broadcasted on Radio Città Aperta.