Ana Naomi De Sousa is an award-winning director and journalist. As a filmmaker she has collaborated with the Turner-prize nominated Forensic Architecture, most recently on Saydnaya, the interactive web documentary about a Syrian military prison that won a Peabody in 2017. She is the director of the documentaries The Architecture of Violence; Angola – Birth of a Movement; Guerrilla Architect; and Hacking Madrid – all broadcast on Al Jazeera English. She writes about post-colonial, spatial and cultural politics for various platforms including the Guardian and Al Jazeera.
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