'On the Art of War' at George Eastman House
On September 18th the award-winning documentary 'On The Art of War' directed by Silva Luzi and Luca Bellino, will be screened at the George Eastman House, Rochester, USA.
'On the Art of War' at George Eastman House
By Tfilm DOC / tfilmprod.com
Sep 4, 2015

On September 18th the award-winning documentary 'On The Art of War' directed by Silva Luzi and Luca Bellino, will be screened at the George Eastman House, Dryden Theatre, the prestigious museum of cinema and photography of Rochester.

'On The Art of War' has been chosen for the Labor Film Series, the main US film-retrospective about labor-themed movies.

Trailer: https://youtu.be/KHXs3p5azZY

Four workers climb a 20 metres high gantry crane inside the hangar of the INNSE, the last active factory in Milan. They threaten to throw themselves down to stop the dismantling of the machineries and the closure of the factory they work in. The hangar is surrounded by dozens of policemen and supporters from all over Italy.
It is not a simple struggle.
They have a clear strategy.
They have an organized army.
They know perfectly their territory and their enemy.
There are clear rules, it is a war with a workable paradigm for all forms of struggle.
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'On the Art of War' at George Eastman House