His film “Shelter”, about a transgender Muslim immigrant is doing well in film festivals, but how to reach larger audiences? Masi is acutely aware of political and ethical issues in making honest documentaries. Music is essential to his films and he talks about the power of radio – the blind […]
Nietzsche tells the story of a madman who lights a lantern in daylight and runs into the marketplace crying “I’m looking for God”. Sean Sheehan Non-believers scoff when he tells them: “We have killed him – you and I. We are all his murderers …. What were we […]
For Bolívar Echeverría, whiteness is a biopolitical term for the state of submission to capitalist values. He does not use it as a marker for racial or chromatic aspects of a person’s self-identity. Sean Sheean On the other hand, for people who cleave to chauvinism/xenophobia/white supremacism, whiteness is […]
This is the journeys of Pepsi, the transgender Queen of the Calais Jungle. Journeys through social landscapes fraught with prejudice and danger, fortified by her military survival skills. The last film of Enrico Masi’s trilogy set around the impact of mega-events addresses the biggest of them all: mass migration.
Recreation is part of the day to day of war, especially when it is boys and girls who are there in the line of fire. A group of teenagers in the face of a military conflict. Santiago Zapata is the producer of this film, which has been selected as a […]