“Make Art, Not War” is a documentary film that tells a story of friendship but also of art. We find ourselves in Bibbiena, in the heart of the Tuscan Casentino, where the transmedia artist Andrea Crespi, together with Manu Invisibile, worked on the theme of peace by documenting the creation of a public artwork. Teamwork and creative strength come together to transform the spaces of a long-neglected area. The area in question is the John Lennon square, converted from an abandoned parking lot into a basketball court to encourage sports and social aggregation. It’s a true example of urban revitalization and renewal for the entire community, with the valuable support of Nicolò Signori, Waro, and Stefano Bosatelli.
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