A multi media project exploring the Genocide in Cambodia under the Khmer Rouge regime between 1975-1979, where it is estimated that up to 2 million people were killed.
The film features still photos of “prisoners” taken in Cambodia at the Tuol Sleng S-21 Prison, which is now a Genocide Museum. They are all “photos of photos”, and use the reflection of the glass which they are behind, to reveal the surroundings of the Prison.
about the author
David Fedele is an award-winning documentary filmmaker from Australia. He entered the world of documentary filmmaking through a love of travel and exploring different cultures, having travelled extensively throughout Australasia, Europe, the Middle East, South America and Africa. Generally working alone, self-producing and self-funding his projects, David is particularly interested in exploring cultural, humanitarian and social justice issues. His films have covered such diverse topics as Sub-Saharan African migration in Morocco, electronic waste in Ghana, and illegal logging in Papua New Guinea. David’s films have been broadcast widely, and screened at international film festivals around the world, winning numerous awards. His film E-Wasteland was recently awarded “best Australian short documentary” at the Antenna International Documentary Film Festival in Sydney, Australia.
Filmography:The Land Between (2014), E-Wasteland (2012), Bikpela Bagarap (Big Damage) (2011), Png Style (2010), Reflections (2010), Caterina (2010), Reflections On A Genocide (2011), West Papuan Refugees (2011), Second Chance (2010).
festivals, awards (selection)
Heart of Gold International Film Festival; Byron Bay International Film Festival – Queensland, Australia, 2010.