Residency Dates
  • November 2005 – December 2005

Caterina Borelli is a documentary filmmaker who has worked in all aspects of film, including writing, photographing, directing, producing and editing. Her most recent films and videos include A Visit to Asmara: Architecture, Memory and the Making of a Nation, a video documentary that uses anthropological techniques to explore the post-colonial preservation of Italian Rationalist architecture in Eritrea. Borelli has worked on twenty films and videos and has been included in festivals and programs at The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, American Museum of the Moving Image, Astoria, The Reina Sofia Museum, Madrid, the World Wide Video Festival, and the Microwave Festival, among many others.

Borelli will be working with Berkeley anthropologist Mia Fuller while in residence to complete work on A Visit to Asmara.