Hüseyin Arda, indipendent sculptor from Berlin, knows that his community of artists will be evicted from the courtyard it occupies in the center of the city but he won’t give up. He refuses the offer of 150.000 euros to clean out shacks and ateliers and, together with his friends, begins a patient and romantic struggle against is already written fate. The artists seek also other places to move to, till a radar station of the Cold War, and in Turkey. When anything seems lost, a new hope seems to give birth to the artists dreams, even if a part of Berlin could have been lost forever.
Stefano Casertano is a corresponder for Linkiesta.it from Berlin and a collaborator of the German Tv broadcasting international station Deutsche Welle. After taken his degree in economy he attended the School of Broadcast Journalism of RAI, then gaining a PhD in policy at the University of Potsdam. As videoreporter he followed for the Italian media the euro crisis, the movement Occupy in Europe and the Berlin main record news