10 years of Caro Giacomo
CIAK! Kibera in the Sulcis area
As every year, in July, Cherimus inaugurates Caro Giacomo (Dear James) 2017, an annual artistic project that, since 2008, is an opportunity to meet artists from all over the world in the small town of Perdaxius in the Sulcis area as a contribute to the patronal feast.
In 2017 Caro Giacomo celebrates its 10th anniversary with the presentation of CIAK! Kibera – a project of international cooperation between Sardinia and Kenya.
The video “Bisu ndoto” realized in Kibera, Nairobi, was presented during a presentation to the country that saw the participation of musicians Arrogalla, Makika and Don Leone in a concert in the main square di Perdaxius.
With CIAK! Kibera, Cherimus has created a bridge between Sardinia and Kibera, one of Kenya’s most extensive slums. In February 2017, Cherimus met and worked with students from the schools of Iglesias together with the young asylum seekers hosted by Casa Emmaus. In April 2017, screenwriting, directing, set design and music workshops were held in Nairobi with former street children, starting from ideas and reflections born in Sardinia.
The starting point of the project are the dreams of the boys, who took shape in the video presented at Caro Giacomo 2017. The screenplay was realized during the workshops held by the writer and journalist Guido Bosticco, the shots are by the director Andrea Canepari, the sets are by Derek MF di Fabio and the soundtrack is curated by Francesco Medda – Arrogalla.
BISU NDOTO, in vinyl and digital form, is available online and during presentations.
The music was composed by Arrogalla and the packaging is by Derek MF di Fabio
The edition of Caro Giacomo 2017 is organized by Fiammetta Caime, Matteo Rubbi, Emiliana Sabiu, Carlo Spiga (Cherimus), with the contribution of the Municipality of Perdaxius.
The CIAK! Kibera project was created in collaboration with the Municipality of Perdaxius, the Municipality of Narcao, Casa Emmaus Association, the Teatro di Sardegna, the Ong Amani, Koinonia Association of Nairobi.
CIAK! Kibera is financed by the Autonomous Region of Sardinia, Regional Law 11 April 1996, n. 19, Rules on cooperation with developing countries and international collaboration.