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Films with: Princigalli, Giovanni

Ho fatto il mio coraggio I got up my courage /
Made with the help of the Italian Consulate of Montreal, the film tells the story of elderly Italian migrant workers who arrived in Montreal between 1950 and 1960, to marry or to reunite with a fiancée they met in Italy. They all came from poor villages from the South of Italy to become married men and women, turning from young people into adults, and also from farmers into workers. We hear of their farewells to their families and to their village, of the work-related problems when they arrived in Montreal, of happy and sad weddings. Each story is brought to life with the help of archive images from the South of Italy as well as from Canada. For every character, a traditional music theme from the South of Italy has been chosen, whose words help to rebuild their story, memories and imagery.
DVD 7071
Japigia Gagì Roma stories /
"In Japigia, a neighborhood in the periphery of Bari, Italy, a small community of Roma (Gypsies) carve out an existence in an illegal, ramshackle encampment. The local church has offered them a piece of land with prefabricated houses, but the town hall is preventing this offer due to their own plans for a future a railway station. Continually in danger of evacuation and making a living primarily by begging for money, the Roma still manage to foster a strong community and lively social atmosphere."--Container.
DVD 7077
Quaderni gitani
Japigia Gagi: In Japigia, a neighborhood in the periphery of Bari, Italy, a small community of Roma (Gypsies) carve out an existence in an illegal, ramshackle encampment. The local church has offered them a piece of land with prefabricated houses, but the town hall is preventing this offer due to their own plans for a future a railway station. Continually in danger of evacuation and making a living primarily by begging for money, the Roma still manage to foster a strong community and lively social atmosphere. La Mela Rossa: In the south of Italy, first love between two young Roma gypsies living in a camp almost hidden between a small olive grove and a provincial highway. Ligia: A portrait of Ligia, wife of Dainef Tomescu, spokesperson for the Roma community of Bari. She describes life in the camps and her wish after 15 years there to have a house.
DVD 10766