China - Beijing Silvermine
Emiland Guillerme's Beijing Silvermine is a unique photographic portrait of the Chinese capital and the life of its inhabitants following the Cultural Revolution. It covers a period of 20 years, from 1985, when silver film started being used massively in China, to 2005, when digital photography started taking over. These 20 years are those of China's economic opening, when people started prospering, travelling, consuming, having fun.
Emiland is a freelance video journalist based in Rome.
You can see part two of Beijing Silvermine here: vimeo.com/40689438