Il Trasloco (Moving out of the future) is a 1991 independent documentary directed by Renato de Maria, was screened for the first time in the UK with English subtitles as part of a project by Auto Italia South East, London. The film is set in Bologna and retrospectively depicts the history of one of the key places where Autonomia took place during the 1970s. It was translated and subtitled through a collaboration between Auto Italia and Through Europe.
In 1972, Franco Berardi, aka ‘Bifo’, moved with couple of friends into a flat at the number 19 of Via Marsili, in Bologna’s medieval city centre. In January 1991, a young man from Iran, one from Zaire and the 41 year-old Bifo were evicted from that same flat by the landlord. In between those two dates, not only 19 years had passed through those walls, but also an incalculable amount of people, stories, political movements, zines, free radios, police raids, and all sorts of poetic and existential experiments.