A review of the Festival's second day
featured Alan Pauls unravels the myth of Borges
featured Totalitarianism and communism as told by Gazmend Kapllani
featured Exploring videogames as a narrative device
featured Corrado Augias on the state of books in a world full of screens
featured A photographic exploration of Mantua
featured A celebration of the life, work and legacy of the world’s most famous playwright
Inauguration of the twentieth Festival. See a photo and video review.
featured A mental map of narrated bodies at Festivaletteratura
featured Festivaletteratura takes a journey of discovery into the world of videogames
featured by Luca Scarlini
featured Travelling with your mind to understand what is happening, near and far.
featured But what does Brexit means Brexit actually mean?
O'Neill, Sansal, Volodine and the thousand faces of fear
featured Festivaletteratura focuses on the modern-day phenomena of migration
The guests of the XX edition (last update: 30/08/2016)
featured Final announcement from Festivaletteratura 2015
featured Why do our brains have two hemispheres and how to we use them?
featured Martí Guixé with Beppe Finessi
featured Regarding Susan Sontag, shown this afternoon at 17:45 at the Cinema Oberdan