How did Neo-Fascism become hip? Why is contemporary youth attracted by nationalist ideologies? Pushed by these facts and by the desire to channel her anger towards the rise of extremisms, Paola Pisciottano tries to understand the success of the resurgence of identity politics among adolescents. Thus she met with young students and workers in Athens, Bologna, Salerno, Brussels and Eghezée. These encounters left her with many questions. On the collective responsibility and the societal void of the last few decades in Europe. On the concept of flight (of political models, of the European Union, of countries at war), fertile ground for generational discontent and unrest. A vast reflection in which interviews, the personal histories of the actors and content from the internet weave an enraged performance-conference which progressively derails into poetic fragments.

 

For the Festival des Libertés Paola Pisciottano invited Maddalena Gretel Cammelli, an anthropologist who has studied the phenomenon of Neo-Fascism represented in Italy by the CasaPound movement, in a show which mixes stage work and confrontation towards the anthropologist.

Info

  • Language

    fr, el, it, surtitles fr

  • Venue

    Studio

  • Duration

    80’

Cast

  • Concept and direction
    Paola Pisciottano

    With
    Maddalena Gretel Cammelli
    Paola Pisciottano

    Production and dramaturgy collaboration
    Olmo Missaglia

    Technical advice
    Gaspard Samyn

    Project from
    bolognaprocess asbl

    With the support of
    Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles. Lauréat du programme Le Réel Enjeu 2018 (Théâtre La Cité, Théâtre des Doms, L’ANCRE – Charleroi, Forum Jacques Prévert, Théâtre Jean Vilar Vitry-sur-Seine), La Bellone Maison du spectacle, Campsirago Residenza, Théâtre Océan Nord, Centre Culturel de Chênée / Le projet bénéficie du programme Jeunes Producteurs de MoDul.

Due to a technical intervention, the the box office is unavailable between 22.09 18:00 and 23.09 12:00.
Car Free Sunday in Brussels on 22 September 2019.