Alexandrine Boudreault-Fournier & Eleonora Diamanti | Cuba 15 min| 2018
When the night falls in Guantánamo, Cuba and invades the streets, other forms of life emerge. Guardians of the Night sheds light on the people, activities, sites and ideas that occur on an everyday basis at night time in Eastern Cuba. Guardians of the Night is an experimental and sensorial short-length ethnographic film about the cyclical and spontaneous life activities that emerge at nighttime in Guantánamo, Cuba.
Associate Professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Victoria. She teaches Visual Culture, Visual Anthropology and The Anthropology of Sound.
SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow and a Limited Term Assistant Professor (2017) at the University of Victoria in the Department of Anthropology, where she taught Urban Anthropology and Anthropology of the Night.