Jun 17 2014 12:30pm to Jun 17 2014 12:30pm

Going Home? The immigrant experience through film

Dino Sossi, Berkman Fellow

June 17th, 2014 at 12:30pm ET
Berkman Center for Internet & Society, 23 Everett St, 2nd Floor

The documentary film Home focuses on Victor Sossi, a European immigrant who has lived in North America for several decades. His nephew Dino traveled to Europe to discover the reason why he has never returned.

Home focuses on the tension between a younger generation's need for self-discovery and an older generation's wish to move on. Shot throughout Europe and North America, Home explores issues of personal identity, memory and collective grief.

The screening of this rough cut for the Berkman Luncheon Series will involve a Q&A with the filmmaker and an opportunity for audience members to provide feedback for this work-in-progress. For more information, please visit http://www.TheHomeFilm.com

About Dino

Dino Sossi has produced media for AOL, CBS newsmagazine “60 Minutes,” CNN, The New York Times and VH1 at Viacom. His documentary films have screened at festivals in New York and Los Angeles as well as Berkeley, Cambridge, Columbia, Harvard, Oxford and Pennsylvania. Dino’s work has been broadcast on CBC, CTV, DiscoveryUSA, Globe & Mail, IFC, Life, MTV Canada, MuchMoreMusic, One, Pridevision and PrimeTV. His digital storytelling has been exhibited at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

Dino studies Instructional Technology and Media at Columbia University, where he has also been a teaching assistant and digital media consultant. He earned his Master of Philosophy degree at Cambridge where he performed with the Footlights. Dino previously studied at Columbia Law School’s School Law Institute and the Oxford Internet Institute Summer Doctoral Programme. He was previously an intern at Berkman and is a fellow for 2013-14. For more information, please visit http://www.DinoSossi.com

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