'All That Perishes at the Edge of Land': a film by Hira Nabi

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Film Screening and talk

Hira Nabi is a Lahore-based writer/director and cinematographer. Her work explores repositories of memory in urban landscapes, contested or imagined histories, labour and struggles around the built and natural environment.

Where do ships go to die? ‘All That Perishes at the Edge of Land’ is filmed at the Gadani ship-breaking
yard in Baluchistan, where condemned vessels are beached and taken apart by men. This film considers the industries built around collapsed vessels as the site of contextual inquiries: destruction of marine ecologies, exploitative labour practices affecting migrant labourers, networks of
industries aggregating wealth, and the disposal of waste in the Global South.

Discussants: Anthony Gardner and Emilia Terracciano, Ruskin School of Art