04-10-2016 by redazione
A documentary about Italians in Kenya. And 'the idea, supported by the Italian Institute of Culture in Nairobi, the Italian director Giampaolo Montesanto.
Montesanto has recently completed and put into service a similar feature, the Italians in Eritrea and is ready to do the same in Kenya.
The director will be in Malindi on October 14 and will retain three days to interview Italians who for years have moved to this corner of the world and have significant stories or important evidence to give.
Anyone interested in being interviewed can contact our portal (write email@example.com and we will send the form to be submitted to the Italian Institute of Culture in Nairobi).
Sunday, October 15 should be a public meeting with the director and the director of the IIC Francesca Montesanto Church, with screening of the documentary "Italians in Eritrea".
The appointment is not to be missed, for Italians who are in Malindi and surroundings in this period.
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