“Ecotone” is an essay-film about borderlands and the practices of control that are exerted over spaces in order to maintain their separation. Structured as a set of fields arranged according to scale (from vast natural areas to minute bodily spaces), “Ecotone” is a critique of current forms of capitalism, such as surveillance capitalism and biocapitalism. Using a wide range of visual materials, “Ecotone” aims to activate potential relationalities while demonstrating how economic, political, historical and environmental aspects intersect with each other.