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The festival

Apulian Web Fest is a kermesse dedicated to digital cinema and the Mediterranean Land! Web 2.0 has brought the much desired meritocracy in the audiovisual sector.
On TV and in the cinema we already have new players born right on the net.
This festival will give us, besides awarding the best audiovisual product the opportunity to learn about the thought and talent of young artists grown up in ​​the world.
Our event will be focused on the uniqueness of the Mediterranean zone, which since the dawn of humanity has been a bit of the cradle of civilization and then immediately a crossroads of intense trade and cultural meetings.
For this we would like to return to talk about the Mediterranean of Peace.

We will also give ample space to the enogastronomic and landscape peculiarities of this region, enhancing its resources. For this the payoff of our festival will be AUDIOVISUALS, PEACE AND FOOD!

The location

Terlizzi is a town of about 27,000 inhabitants in the province of Bari, in Puglia. It is 30 km north-west of the capital. It has been called the city of flowers, considering the importance of the nursery activity for the economy of the town, it is in fact among the first and most important floricultural centers in Italy. The origins of Terlizzi date back to the 6th century AD, although the first concrete evidence of its existence dates back to the Donation of Wacco (VIII century), Lombard feudal lord who donates to the Monastery of Montecassino the farmhouse in Trelicio at that time surrounded by Mediterranean scrub and oaks (quercus ilex). From this it derives, plausibly, the toponym Trelicium or more widely, in the oldest parchments, Terlicium, equivalent to terra ilicium, locus inter ilicia, “land of oaks” or “place placed among the oaks”.

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