The “XXIII Premio Louis Braille” has been presented Monday, December 3 at the Auditorium Conciliazione (Rome) and conducted by Elisa Isoardi.
Organized by the Unione Italiana dei Ciechi e degli Ipovendenti, the “Premio Louis Braille” was established 23 years ago, to thank and offer recognition to personalities and institutions that have made their mark in favor of the category.
The 2018 Edition has been produced by Tiziana Rocca.
The Event was shown Thursday, December 27 on Rai 1 TV channel.
The “XXIII Premio Louis Braille” awards were assigned to Andrea Camilleri for his career; to Banca d’Italia for the promotion of jobs for the blind, not relegated to the roles of telephone operators only; to Volontario del Servizio Civile Nazionale for their daily commitment in 2018.
Many celebrities from the entertainment world and institutions were there: Michele Placido, Peppino Di Capri, Cristiano De André, Biagio Izzo, Paolo Migone, Sarah Jane Morris & Tony Remy, Giovanni Caccamo, Annalisa Minetti, Violante Placido, Paolo Ruffini, Piero Mazzocchetti, Simona Molinari, Miriam Candurro, Annabelle Belmondo, Roberta Morise.
The “XXIII Premio Louis Braille” is held under the patronage of the European Parliament, Regione Lazio, Comune di Roma and RAI.
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International exhibition retraced the life of Pope John Paul II, from
childhood to sanctification.
The last book of Antonio Preziosi (journalist and writer), published by Rai Eri and with a preface by Cardinal Stanislao Dziwisz, has been the inspiration for creating it.
The show (divided into seven sections, in order to offer visitors a comprehensive and clear view), vividly theatrical, followed the thread of the story in first person, in which John Paul II told the visitor himself.
The historical and journalistic rigor was into faithful reconstruction of the steps of protagonist's life, many of them unknown to most or even unpublished.
The exhibit included a selection of over 60 images presented in large, provided by prestigious photographic collections, including “L’Osservatore Romano” and Alinari Foundation, in addition to a custom selection from private funds, original videos and archival, radio documents required to document the life in an frequently novel of an extraordinary man, now Holy, which changed the world.
The show is designed to be traveling the world. The first stop was the city of Turin, coinciding with the 30 years’s death anniversary of Pope John Paul II, with the Holy Shroud exhibit and with the largest international event of Expo-TO 2015.
The whole project was supervised and edited by PERLAGE - Grandi Eventi.
The International exhibition
retraced all aspects Alcide De Gasperi’s life, from his birth (3.4.1881)
till his death (19.8.1954).
Divided into nine periods, the show consisted in a central location, on the main stages of his work, illustrated by passages from his writings, speeches, letters and numerous documents, photographs and objects.
The path was integrated by historical and political boards of the main events, related to the period, covered by short biographies of political figures of the time, by opinions, reviews, comments, both on the person either in the work, by politicians, historians, economists and correspondence with family members.
After the inauguration in Rome, at the Complesso del Vittoriano, the Exhibit was exhibited in Milan, Trento, Berlin (Foundation Eidenauer), Bari, Trieste, Turin, Bologna, Florence and Strasbourg (at the European Parliament).
In conjunction with the exhibition, they were held conferences and seminars, for examining the themes highlighted. The curators of the show were Maria Romana de Gasperi (Alcide De Gasperi’s daughter) and Pier Luigi Ballini.
All the scenography has been created and directed by Cappellini & Licheri, famous set designers with years of professionalism and talent.