In June 2018 I had the pleasure of meeting Krister Inde in person. We were in Laško, Slovenia, both invited as speakers at the first low vision conference organized by the European Blind Union, the voice of the blind and partially sighted people in Europe
The thing that struck me about Krister is the lightness with which he speaks about visual impairment, not just with words, but with all of himself. Read
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We were proud to sponsor the Inclusive Tandem Ride, giving people, who would otherwise not be able to, the chance to enjoy a bike ride. Read
In May 2017 we went around central and northern Italy with the Yellow Caravan to promote the docu-film The Gods Like It Yellow. Read
A short video message to review the main achievements of 2017 with an outllok on 2018. Mostly to annouce that NoisyVision is now a fully registered Non Profit Organization, which in Italy takes the acronym of ONLUS
January: Screening of the movie #YellowTheWorld – Everest Edition in Milan
March: We were at Fa’ la cosa giusta! Read
In 2007 I fell in love with a girl. She was telling me stories about a black ship. Stories about sailing across the oceans, around the world. Read
Cesar is a sound engineering student. He is currently working on his dissertation in which he explores the nature of audio description services on Science-fiction films and the features within that could allow blind and partially sighted viewers to have a better interpretation of the visual elements through sound design. Read
One, two, three …. YellowTheWorld!
A colorful scream that we want to transform into concrete actions, social and human.
Coloring the world yellow means making it more accessible to the visually impaired. Read
I remember the summers of my childhood. They are blurry memories, almost a life not mine.
I remember some images, some sporadic scenes, perhaps the face of a little girl who was beginning to make me feel love pulsating in my heart and my sex. Read
He had his glasses on a cute, curious face. He looked at me with a thousand questions blowing in his chest, without knowing which to ask first. Read