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2006 | Color | 5min

Crossings is an abstract portrait of the border wall. Both sides are confronted. The film is a short installment on a larger project that investigates insularity in both geographical and cultural terms. It is also my short reflection on From the Other Side, a film I worked on in 2002 by Chantal Akerman

Country: Estados Unidos
Direction: Fenz; Robert
Script: Fen; Robert
Production: Fen; Robert
Photography: Fen; Robert
Sound: Fenz; Robert
Music: Fenz; Robert
Art direction:
Participation year at FICM: 2007

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