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.

 

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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 ›