In Prism, filmmakers Eléonore Yameogo of Burkina Faso, An van. Dienderen of Belgium, and Rosine Mbakam of Cameroon examine biases and racism in the cinematic technology. The filmmakers deconstruct the camera's objectivity, exposing its inherent power imbalance. At the same time, they work together collaboratively to construct and reconstruct.
Like a chain letter, Prism brings interviews, monologues, and images on the racism of cinematic technology into emotional, aesthetic, and intellectual dialogue.