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If you are attending multiple sessions, please be aware that events in the Studio Room can overlap with those in the Auditorium. The festival sessions have a running time of approximately 80 minutes, workshop 150 minutes.
The inclusion and representation of black voices in the literary and cultural world is a prominent theme, in different ways, both in Italy and UK.
When we translate a novel or a poem, we’re also translating a country, a tradition, the society in which this text was formed.
Neofascist groups are popular on social media and enjoy media exposure. In Italy, they are invited to tv talk shows, have their own fashion brand, and are even allowed to …
Literary writing works on a different time scale than the tumultuous flow of news that we live in. How can a literary story, taking months or years in the writing, try and …
In the last couple of years, TV series like The Handmaid’s Tale and a wave of new bold literary fiction have brought the feminist dystopia genre to the forefront of the literary debate.
Special event to be announced shortly.
Join us in the atmospheric theatre’s bar for a special DJ set.
An exclusive poetry performance featuring authors from Wretched Strangers, a poetry anthology that marks the contribution of innovative foreign-born writers to UK’s poetry culture.
A special workshop with translator Vincenzo Latronico. This workshop will focus on English-to-Italian translation.
A panel discussion about politics in Italy, in Europe, and the dark force that seems to increasingly connect them.
Turner Prize-nominated Forensic Architecture and its affiliate group, Forensic Oceanography, have investigated some of the most controversial incidents of the recent years.
Three authors born outside of the UK, each with a different background, discuss what it means to become a Londoner.
The old good European novel used to be full of cosmopolitan and experimental characters, obsessed with Mitteleuropa and exile. Things have changed quite a bit …
The debate on the relationship between novels and tv series is revived by an upcoming new HBO-Rai drama, based on Elena Ferrante’s My Brilliant Friend and her other Neapolitan Novels.
Help us bring the curtain down on FILL 2018 while we celebrate with a DJ set.