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by Iva Radivojevic


An essay in five parts, Evaporating Borders offers a series of vignettes, poetically guided by the filmmaker's curious eye and personal reflections. Through the people she encounters along the way, the film dissects the experience of asylum seekers in Cyprus : A PLO activist and exile from Iraq is denied asylum within 15 minutes; neo-nazi fundamentalists roam the streets in an attack on Muslim migrants; activists and academics organize an antifascist rally and clash with the neo-nazis; 195 migrants drown in the Mediterranean.

international title: Evaporating Borders
original title: Evaporating Borders
country: Cyprus, United States
sales agent: Ivaasks Films
year: 2014
genre: fiction
directed by: Iva Radivojevic
film run: 73'
screenplay: Iva Radivojevic
cinematography by: Iva Radivojevic, Giorgos Ioannou
film editing: Iva Radivojevic
producer: Landon Van Soest, Leandros Savvides
co-producer: Alex Primas
production: Lea Est Mundi, Transient Pictures
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