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In 2016, Oxford Dictionary named “post-truth” its word of the year, but the protean meaning of this phenomenon remains relevant and puzzling today. To what extent do “post-truth” narratives shape the image of the world we inhabit? To what extent can we separate facts from opinions in the audio-visual world, where to see is to believe? How can we make sense of the past and present through images? What reference points are used for a sound judgment? How can we transform the voyeuristic pleasure of observing others into a dialogue that changes its participants and their environment? The films in our program, and the discussions we invite you to join, aim at engaging audiences with these questions, and encourage an examination of the multiple ways that complex screen versions of reality can be grasped. Continue reading >>

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