The film of the Transeuropa Festival in Cluj-Napoca, 9-20 May 2012.
The Festival was organised by European Alternatives and Transeuropa Network and took place in 15 European cities: Amsterdam, Barcelona, Belgrade, Berlin, Bologna, Bratislava, Cardiff, Cluj-Napoca, London, Lublin, Paris, Prague, Rome, Sofia and Warsaw.
Transeuropa Festival aims at challenging the risks of a cultural crisis, a crisis in the imagination, where citizens are blocked in an oppressive, divided, exclusive present. Through its action, the Festival shows that alternative models are possible, both in the political and cultural realms.
Transeuropa Festival promotes political and cultural exchange across Europe and collective action for alternative visions on the economic crisis, migrations and democratic participation.
In 2012 Transeuropa Festival featured over 80 individual events, open to the public for free, and is prepared by a team of over 100 activists, artists and intellectuals from all over Europe between Summer 2011 and Spring 2012. The team of activists forms part of the Transeuropa Network, an innovative transnational network working for a genuinely transnational politics and culture.