This project originated in the recognition of the importance of addressing and responding to migration and migration issues in third-generation European societies. In particular, schools cannot avoid the responsibility of welcoming, including and giving young migrants a chance of social and cultural inclusion. Two are the main purposes of the Project: Help faculty address the issue of inclusion, both through specific training and by comparing the tools used in different countries and partner schools; Form a newer generation more open to meetings with different mentalities and cultures, through inclusive didactic tools. The project envisages six meetings, of which two, the first in L'Aquila and the fifth in Cholet, France, reserved for teachers only; Others in Cholet, Berlin, Burgas and L'Aquila will be meetings where teachers and students will meet to bring together significant parts of the project's planned didactic activity. The schools involved are: The Convitto Cotugno dell'Aquila, the Herman Hesse oberschule in Berlin (Germany), the German Language School Goethe in Burgas (Bulgaria), the LPO Reneaudeau in Cholet (France). During the first year, teachers and students will research the theme "Migrations and Migrants", to gain knowledge as accurate as possible. Starting from the second year students will be asked to write a script that starting from the acquired awareness that will express their feelings and emotions on the topic of the project. Based on the script, each partner school will produce a short film. At the last meeting in Aquila, in the spring of 2019, the short films made by the individual schools will be assembled, through a screenplay script and the shooting of new scenes, carried out together by students from the four partner schools. The final short film will be presented in Aquila and then sent to the various European festivals.