THE CONCEPT OF BELONGING AND FEELING AT HOME: BOHEMIA
The development in the Ukraine shows that peace and well-being cannot be taken
for granted – not even in Europe. Looking back we are reminded that Europe was
a continent torn apart by virulent conflicts. And also recent developments
confirm that we should deal diligently with Europe – a project we have inherited
from our parents and grandparents. Europe and its history dominated by borders feature also in the movie „Böhmische Dörfer" which was presented at the 28th "Bozner Filmtage". The film was also discussed in the Palais. The director Peter Zach und the producer Jana
Cisar met on 12 April 2014 with Wolftraud Schreiber de Concini, a witness
to history to discuss what it
is that makes us feel at home in a given territory. Wolftraud Schreiber de
Concini just published a book on Bohemia ("Böhmen hin und zurück") and the
complex relationship between Germany and the Czech Republic.
- The 28th „Bozner Filmtage" were organised by the Filmclub – a cultural hotspot in South Tyrol.
- The Club Alpbach Südtirol/Club Alpbach Alto Adige (CASA) is not only dealing with politics, economy and science but has also a passion for culture.