Richard Mosse: What The Camera Cannot SeeDirected by Ian Forster
Artist Richard Mosse documents humanitarian crises and environmental catastrophes by making the unseen visible. This film follows Mosse and his collaborators, Ben Frost and Trevor Tweeten, as they travel across the world to film under-reported world events in zones of conflict, repurposing surveillance technologies and scientific tools to capture stories and scenes that evoke deeper understanding and motivate audiences to act. In locations like the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), where over 50 armed groups are engaged in combat, or along paths of migration from the Middle East and North Africa into the European Union, the artist works to bring attention to conflict and suffering around the world.
With gut-wrentching, inventive ways of storytelling, this collection of documentary short films highlights the gritty nature of humanity.