We went to Alamogordo, New Mexico, to see the land on which the first atomic bomb exploded.
Most Were Silent is a post-atomic journey, a reflection on the consequences of war, a sketch of the American suburbs.
Anush Hamzehain and Vittorio Mortarotti are an artist duo. Anush is a filmmaker based in Paris. He has been awarded with the Institut Français’ Louis Lumière Grant and with L’Étoile de la Scam. Vittorio Mortarotti lives and works in Torino, Italy. He has exhibited his works at the Fries Museum in Leeuwarden, Arsenal in Metz, Muo in Zagreb. Together they have had exhibitions in France, Spain, Italy, and recently won the Leica Prize at Festival Images of Vevey with the Eden project. They are currently working on the documentary film Mr. Kubota.