francesco zizola | ‘depth of silence’ published in newsweek japan

francesco zizola | ‘depth of silence’ published in newsweek japan

On 3 October 2013, a Libyan fishing vessel carrying over 500 migrants sunk in sight of the coast of the Italian island of Lampedusa, resulting in the death of 366 migrants.

 

A year later Francesco Zizola photographed and filmed the wreck of the boat, which lies on the seabed 50 meters under water, its prow facing Lampedusa’s port. These pictures were made in memory of the victims.

pep bonet premiers his first short fiction film ‘ponerse al dia’

pep bonet premiers his first short fiction film ‘ponerse al dia’

'Ponerse Al Dia' or 'Catching Up: A Psychopath on a Journey of Revenge' is Pep Bonet's debut in the world of fiction. The film premiers Saturday November 8th at the 33rd Horror Film Festival Molins de Rei in Barcelona, where Pep is also participating as a jury member for the festival's competition this year.

 

You can watch the trailer here.

 

The thriller was shot on… read more ›

kadir van lohuizen’s tedx talk: ‘migration in the americas’

kadir van lohuizen’s tedx talk: ‘migration in the americas’

NOOR photographer Kadir van Lohuizen was invited to present a talk about his project Via Pan Am: Migration In The Americas at TEDxMaastricht. In the spirit of the TED concept of ideas worth spreading, Kadir shared his experiences creating the Via PanAm project, in which he traveled from Chile to Alaska, covering 15 countries along the Pan-American Highway, to visually investigate migration in… read more ›

rising sea levels in geo france

rising sea levels in geo france

Today, no one any longer doubts that glaciers the world over are retreating, and even more worryingly that Greenland and Antartica are melting at an increasing pace. The question: how fast is it going? It is alarming that past figures appear to have been too conservative and humanity should start preparing for the biggest displacement of mankind in known history. As people in all of the world’s regions become… read more ›

benedicte kurzen covering ebola in stern

benedicte kurzen covering ebola in stern

NOOR photographer Benedicte Kurzen has been covering the Ebola epidemic in West Africa. Travelling from Monrovia, the capital of Liberia to the remote villages in the forest region, near the border with Guinea she has been a witness of the disease and the continuous threat it brings to the health care workers and people who are living and working in the affected areas.Take a look at the… read more ›

francesco zizola’s work ‘depth of silence’ published in internazionale

 

On 3 October 2013, a Libyan fishing vessel carrying over 500 migrants sunk in sight of the coast of the Italian island of Lampedusa. The tragic accident caused the death of 366 migrants, mostly coming from war-torn Eritrea and other troubled African countries. A year later Francesco Zizola photographed and filmed the wreck of the boat, which lies… read more ›

asim rafiqui’s ‘law & disorder: a people’s history of the law in pakistan’ published in wordt vervolgd

asim rafiqui’s ‘law & disorder: a people’s history of the law in pakistan’ published in wordt vervolgd
Nearly 40 Pakistani citizens remain indefinitely imprisoned at the Bagram Prison in Afghanistan without charge or trial. Denied the right to a legal defense, these men have become victims of a cruel and unjust detention system with little or no hope for a fair trial or release. Some have been behind bars for over 11 years. Periodically allowed to speak to their immediate family members via Internet telephone calls,… read more ›