Toni Hildebrandt (1984, Chemnitz, Germany. Lives and works in Basel) studied art history, musicology, philosophy and romance literature at the Friedrich-Schiller- Universität of Jena, in Germany, the Hochschule für Musik of Weimar, the Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza and the Italian Institute for Philosophical Studies in Naples. He took a PhD at the University of Basel after a doctoral program supervised by the Universities of Bonn, Florence and Paris-Sorbonne. He is a researcher at the University of Basel, inside the eikones – Bildkritik national research center. In Rome, Hildebrandt is continuing his study of the documentary in the form of an appeal to UNESCO Le Mura Di Sana’a by Pier Paolo Pasolini.