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Living sustainably in the land of ‘The Godfather’

UNCG’s International Human Rights Film Series continues Wednesday, Nov. 12, at 6:30 p.m. in the School of Education Building, Room 114.

“Another Corleone, Another Sicily, Living Sustainably in the Land of the Godfather” (2014) by director Tony Fragola will be screened. Fragola (Media Studies) will discuss the film with Will Dodson (Ashby Residential College).

Fragola’s film focuses on the lands confiscated from the mafia in Corleone, the town made famous by Francis Ford Coppola’s “The Godfather.” The film illustrates the progress of Sicilian cooperatives to form self-sustaining ventures that provide meaningful work and economic freedom from mafia control by producing organically grown products.