Directed by Charles Heller and Lorenzo Pezzani, 17 min, 2014
Liquid Traces reconstructs the “left-to-die boat” case, in which 72 migrants were left to drift for 14 days in NATO’s maritime surveillance area at the height of the 2011 war on Libya, produced with Forensic Oceanography.
The initial report on the “left-to-die boat” has been the basis for several legal cases against the states involved in the military operations.
The Liquid Traces video was 1st shown within the “Forensis” exhibition at the House of World Cultures, Berlin, in March 2014.
- Secession, Berlin: screened within the exhibition “Maps of the Secession” at the French Institute, 16.09.-10.10.2014
- Pleasure Dome, Toronto: Screening 23.09.2014, 7:30 PM CineCycle, 129 Spadina Ave
- SABIRMaydan, Messina: screened as part of the “Dialogues around the Mediterranean Citizenship”, 28.09.2014, 7.30 PM
- Internationale Ferrara: screened within the conference and exhibition “Migrations – Subversive Atlas”, 3.10.2014
- MAXXI, Rome: screened within the conference and exhibition “The Art Of Bordering” from 24/10 to 26/10:
- Kassel Documentary Film and Video Festival, Kassel: screening 11.11.2014, 11:15 AM
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