Conversation about films Altered Landscapes (2016) and The People behind the Scenes (2019)
This is a conversation between Juan del Gado and Elsa Gomis about their respective films. Juan del Gado has made the film Altered Landscapes (2016), which is the first part of a cinematically projected triptych entitled Drifting Narratives. Elsa Gomis has produced the film The People behind the Scenes (2019), a full length film, which builds on interviews and memory work and address current visual representations of migration by the Mediterranean.
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