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MALTA: Fisherman nets major acting award at the Sundance Film Festival

MALTA: Fisherman nets major acting award at the Sundance Film Festival | CIHEAM Press Review | Scoop.it

A film featuring the conditions of Maltese fisherman, their everyday struggles, their challenges in a continuously changing world.

Scicluna plays Jesmark, a struggling fisherman, who is forced to turn his back on generations of tradition and risk everything by entering the world of blackmarket fishing to provide for his wife and newborn baby.

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Guide de culture de la féverole par Terres Inovia

Guide de culture de la féverole par Terres Inovia | CIHEAM Press Review | Scoop.it
L'institut technique Terres Inovia propose son nouveau guide de culture féverole. Tous les conseils et l'expertise de l'institut ont été mis à jour pour chaque étape clé de la culture.
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MALTA: Short films - Food Systems & Alternative Agriculture

MALTA: Short films - Food Systems & Alternative Agriculture | CIHEAM Press Review | Scoop.it

Friends of the Earth Malta will be hosting a curated online short film selection, showing films that touch on food systems, alternative agriculture, and humans’ relationship with animals.
The films will be accessible for only 4 days from the 10th to 13th December.
This event is part of the Meatless Monday project, which aims at encouraging people to reflect on the current food and agricultural models and the effect of meat production on the environment.

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The controversial kitchen

The controversial kitchen | CIHEAM Press Review | Scoop.it
Conflict, it seems, is an inevitable guest to both the kitchen and dining table. What is exceptional about food, and mezze in particular, is its powerful ability to bring people together despite circumstances – even giving a sense of unity across seeming divides. Mezze holds together a region stretching from the far western coast of North Africa to the Arabian Sea, and from the Balkans down to Yemen. It does not silence disagreements or close controversial conversations – in fact, it often keeps them alive. But in the end, isn’t that what food is for?
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