We invite all genders to the film screening (75’OmeU) of the documentary Lunàdigas and discussion with the author invited from Italy (discussion mainly in German, but we will try to translate if needed) in the Lise Meitner Lecture Hall (1st floor, faculty of physics, Strudlhofgasse 4 in the 9th district).
The film is an exploration of the worlds of women who have chosen not to have children. We also invite women* who do not want to have children and would like to share their story in a video interview to contact @Chiara Cardelli for more details (https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100005590006124).
The film tells the story of women who have chosen not to have children, always different for every single woman. Lunàdigas is set in Italy and tells stories of famous and anonymous women. The faces and words of women lead us through a century of Italian life to the present day, during which it seems that emancipation has not been able to change the stigma attributed to the people who make this choice. Authors are involved in the film with their own stories and personal experiences related to the land of origin – South Tyrol and Sardinia – to the places and people encountered over the years.
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