Home > Film Festival > 12th PLJFF > Films > Special Programmes > On Freedom, the Disillusioned and the New Struggle > Borderhole Tout Va Bien The Watermelon Woman The Battle of Chile (Part I, Part II, Part III) La Rabbia di Pasolini Oratorio for Prague Mr. Freedom Ici et ailleurs Beginning Borderhole 1 2 3 2016 (16’) MEXICO Directors: Amber Bemak, Nadia Granados „Borderhole“ takes place on a mythical border area between Colombia and the USA. We investigate the relationships between North and South America using tropes of imperialism, globalization through pop music, and the choreography of women’s bodies in relation to socio-political and ecosystems. FESTIVALS Doclisboa IFF, Portugal, 2017 Oberhausen International Short FF, Germany, 2017 Original languages: Spanish, English Editor: Amber Bemak Cinematographers: Amber Bemak, Nadia Granados Contact: Amber Bemak firstname.lastname@example.org Amber Bemak teaches filmmaking at Southern Methodist University, and her creative work is based in experimental and documentary film, as well as performance art. Amber’s work focuses on themes of Buddhist culture, performative explorations of the body in relation to greater political systems, and cross-cultural encounters in the context of globalization. Nadia Granados is originally from Colombia, and currently based in Mexico City. Her work explores the relationships between traditional pornography and violence and is both performative and technological, art and activism, and a mix of cabaret, intervention, and streaming video.