The sound of the Mediterranean is captured by filmmaker Gianfranco Rosi. His documentary, "Fire At Sea," is set on the Sicilian Island of Lampedusa, which has become a symbol for migrant tragedies. Rosi's unusual portrayal of the island runs in this year's Berlinale competition.
"This is something Italy has been doing for the past 20 years, because Lampedusa, in this past 20 years, has passed 400,000 to 500,000 people from this tiny, tiny island."
Gianfranco Rosi talks to a small group of journalists at the Berlinale Palast: