#YellowTheWorld – Everest Edition – A documentary of a visually impaired on Himalaya

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It has ben several months now that on this blog you can read the word Everest . Even more since you see the hashtag #YellowTheWorld .
We doo not give up .
This yellow has to really invade the world.
In 2015 I went up to the Everest Base Camp to give a voice to the campaign to raise awareness about accessibility and mobility of the visually impaired and only with perseverance we will give a meaning to all this yellow..

On my return a few months later, I asked the readers of this blog some relatives and friends to respond with a short video to some questions, to take part in what would become the documentary that I am about to present

#YellowTheWorld – Everest Edition

To raise awareness on Usher Syndrome and the limits of visual impairment, Dario Sorgato, founder of NoisyVision, brought the #YellowTheWorldcampaign to its highest point,
In the documentary Sorgato explains the motivation, preparation and completion of his adventure, trying to share how the sensory limitations can impact his daily life but do not prevent him to live it to the fullest.
The documentary includes testimonials from all over the world.

Directed by Dario Sorgato
Editing Glassroom Productions
Music Ismael Rico Juan

Screening in English
with English Subtitles and Italian

PREMIERE
The first world screening will be in Berlin
October 2nd at 19:00
Kino Moviemento
Kottbusser Damm 22, 10967 Berlin

Additional screening: The Visionary Europe. A short documentary about the workshop held in Berlin in 2013

After the screening it will be possible to share a drink in the foyer of the Cinema

Limited seats available.
No reservations
Purchase the tickets online at the link
http://bit.ly/2b8OjkA
Ticket price: 5 Euro

Any income will be used to fund the projects of NoisyVision

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