USA, Italy, France / 2015 / 14 minutes / NR

In late 1831, a volcanic island suddenly erupted off the southern coast of Sicily. A number of European powers laid claim to the newfound “land,” but the island receded six months later, leaving only a rocky ledge under the sea. Through its intersecting utopic visions and depictions of possession, “Lampedusa” also considers those who traverse the sea today in search of an elusive solid land.

Philip Cartelli and Mariangela Ciccarello
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