Who Was Daphne Caruana Galizia And Why Was She Murdered?

Talk Wednesday 29th August 2018, 7:00 PM

On October 2017 a car bomb killed the investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galicia in Malta, extinguishing the free voice that for years, in solitude, exposed the power on the island, the compromise of politics, its conflicts of interest, its corruption. Through unedited witnesses and original pictures, an intimate portrait film documentary which tells who was Daphne, who killed her, who was afraid of her voice, and that investigates the reasons of a political murder whose instigators are still in the shadows.

A story by Carlo Bonini and Giuliano Foschini. Written by Diana Ligorio and Emilio Fabio Torsello.

Trailer: http://www.h24.it/video/DAPHNE_TRAILER90_HD.mp4

Run Time: 49 mins


Rebecca Vincent is the UK Bureau Director for Reporters Without Borders, known internationally as Reporters sans frontières (RSF), which works to promote and defend press freedom around the world. She is a human rights activist, writer, and former US diplomat. She has worked with a wide range of human rights and freedom of expression NGOs, and has published widely on human rights issues. Rebecca has campaigned consistently for justice for Daphne Caruana Galizia, and on the broader issue of safety of journalists.


Caroline Muscat is co-founder and editor of Shift News She exposed the Gaffarena scandal in 2015, which led to the resignation of then Parliamentary Secretary Michael Falzon and resulted in an investigation by the Auditor General.  Caroline is the former News Editor of The Times and The Sunday Times, while maintaining her focus on investigative journalism exposing scandals such as the one on the ITS site in St George’s Bay involving the Seabank Group in 2016.

Carlo Bonini  is a senior investigative reporter and special correspondent for the Italian daily “la Repubblica”. His career in journalism started in Rome, the city where he was born, when he was in his early twenties, in 1990 as city reporter for the daily “il manifesto”. Since then, he was in New York, at “Newsweek international”, and in Milan, where he worked for “il Corriere della Sera” daily between 1997 and 2000, when he finally joined “la Repubblica” in Rome. In a 30 year long career, he won several Journalistic prizes and published 8 non fiction books. From one of them, “Suburra”, on the Roman Mafia, was the successful Netflix tv series and the homonym movie directed by acclaimed director Stefano Sollima. Carlo Bonini is part for “la Repubblica” of the “Daphne Project”, the investigative consortium of 18 international media outlets led by the French “Forbidden Stories” that had been investigating the murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia.