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Freedom to connect
The Internet is one of the greatest liberating forces of our age, making information and global communication accessible to anyone. Freedom, confidence and trust to use the Internet is a key aim of the Council of Europe.
Freedom to connect
The Internet is one of the greatest liberating forces of our age, making information and global communication accessible to anyone. Freedom, confidence and trust to use the Internet is a key aim of the Council of Europe.

Chimères Absentes
"Chimères Absentes" (Absent Dreams) is the story of Sonietcka, a Roma girl who cannot afford to eat in the school canteen because her family is too poor. Only Malvina, her music teacher (played by Fanny Ardant), is brave enough to cross social and cultural borders and discover the complexity, richness and freedom of the Roma tradition and culture. This short film was shot on the outskirts of Rome with both a cast of professional actors (Francesco Montanari and Paolo Triestino) and Roma people playing themselves.
Chimères Absentes
"Chimères Absentes" (Absent Dreams) is the story of Sonietcka, a Roma girl who cannot afford to eat in the school canteen because her family is too poor. Only Malvina, her music teacher (played by Fanny Ardant), is brave enough to cross social and cultural borders and discover the complexity, richness and freedom of the Roma tradition and culture. This short film was shot on the outskirts of Rome with both a cast of professional actors (Francesco Montanari and Paolo Triestino) and Roma people playing themselves.

Interview Fanny Ardant
Internationally acclaimed actor and director Fanny Ardant, who has appeared in more than 50 films and is the winner of a César award for best actress, joined the Council of Europe’s Dosta! programme in April 2010 to improve the situation of the Roma population in Europe. She produced a 6 minute film criticising intolerance against, and school exclusion of, Romani children. Her commitment marks a milestone for the programme.
Interview Fanny Ardant
Internationally acclaimed actor and director Fanny Ardant, who has appeared in more than 50 films and is the winner of a César award for best actress, joined the Council of Europe’s Dosta! programme in April 2010 to improve the situation of the Roma population in Europe. She produced a 6 minute film criticising intolerance against, and school exclusion of, Romani children. Her commitment marks a milestone for the programme.