Portraits Of 11 Women Together With Their Stories
“I called this documentary project “11”, as the number of women I photographed all around Sicily, Italy. They come from all over the world and all of them left their homeland for the big deal. It took me more than 1 year to collect these stories, and all of them touched my heart. Women are brave, tenacious and passionate about whatever they decide to do!” – Luca Migliore.
Here: Fatou, from Guinea, is an awesome African dance teacher.
Ana, from Spain, is an artist and she loves making textile apparels.
Anita came from Switzerland, and is a happy owner of a farm in the countryside.
Hawa comes from Somalia, she works in a restaurant.
Inge, from Germany, has a wonderful family and is a marathon runner.
Ismete from Albania is a brilliant writer.
Marijana came from Serbia; she left her homeland in Jugoslavia during the war. She’s a theater actress.
Montserrat left Spain very young, traveling Europe in a caravan. She’s an artist and an acting theater.
Nejla left Tunisia when she was child age. She fights for women right and is passionate about trail rides.
Oumaima is the youngest girl of this project. She is from Morocco and her dream is to become a cosmetologist.
Patricia from Wales, owns a language school and is a great dog lover.
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