On April 25th 2015 TerminiTV was born, out of a group of 8 people with the goal of renewing the narration of usually stereotyped people: foreigners, travelers, migrants, expats.. who are all these people? Just people we meet everyday in a train station. Train stations are a symbol of a public space where all our actions have a direct impact on others’ well being. That’s why we decided to investigate this space, even though it turned out to be much harder than we thought: no money, no permission to film, and no interest from Italian media. However, the project goes on, and still with the same goal: being inclusive, innovative, and serving the public interest, if not that of today’s public, that of tomorrow’s. That’s why we hope to celebrate many more birthdays, on a very special day for Italy, Liberation day, April 25th.
Here is a sampling of videos to be found on Termini TV.
Oggi alle 18.30 a Mercato Centrale va in onda TerminiTV durante la premiazione di #Romaid una gara di illustrazioni su Termini in collaborazione anche con RUFA – Rome University Of Fine Arts. E prima saremo a Spin Time labs, auditorium Santa Croce con il collettivo Stalker per #AttornoATermini @meMercato Centrale Roma e domani alle 21 torna Poetry Station al caffè Fondi, via milazzo 16
Pubblicato da Termini TV su giovedì 12 aprile 2018
Torino: Slam poet alla stazione
Pubblicato da Termini TV su sabato 7 aprile 2018
Poetry station al Caffè Fondi
Pubblicato da Termini TV su giovedì 29 marzo 2018
Featured image: Photo by Aritra Senyal, train tracks in Koilkata.