POLITICS OF A LANDSCAPE; A PERSONAL ONTOLOGY OF SOUTHERN ISRAEL’S DESERT TERRITORY

Director:

Yuli Serfaty

13'

2020

United Kingdom

A chronicle of personal experience in the Negev desert in southern Israel, journeying through natural, industrial, and militarised landscapes as a disembodied voice-over weaves together childhood memories, geology, ecology and politics.

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DOCUMENTARY: Who Speaks For A Space?

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