Portugal, Great Britain, 2011, 20 min
My grandparents have known one another since childhood. Of very different characters, the familiarity underpinning their relationship has been crafted through time. Both by the small episodes of everyday life, as well as by the longer duration of their lives.
Ines Ponte was born in 1979, Lisbon, Portugal. Has a degree in Social Anthropology (Portugal, Netherlands), a post-graduation in documentary direction (Portugal), and presently develops work within visual anthropology (United Kingdom). She has worked also as editor, cameraman, production, research and writing assistant of documentary projects in Portugal.
Director: Ines Ponte
Production: Ines Ponte, Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology - University of Manchester
Language of dialogues: Portuguese
Language of subtitles: English, Czech
Česká republika, 2011, 24 min
L.Hollerová, T.Hirt, M. Hertlová
Production: Centrum of apply anthropology and research, University of West Bohemia in Pilsen
Language of dialogues: Czech, English
Language of subtitles: English
Hungary, 2011, 8 min
K.A. Eglinton, N. Benarrosh-Orsoni
The square formerly known as Moszkva tér (Moscow Square) in Budapest is the setting for this short film. Through the documentation of people’s voices and activities, this film underlines how the city’s busiest transport hub is also a space that Budapest’s most profoundly marginalised groups rely on for their livelihood and survival.
Kristen Ali Eglinton lives in London and is an applied visual ethnographer and qualitative researcher. She trained as a multi-media artist in the United States before getting a PhD in social and educational research. She has worked with diverse communities across the globe using innovative, digital and multi-media methods.
Norah Benarrosh-Orsoni, born in 1985, is a French PhD Student of Ethnology. She studies the migration process among Roma families living between France and Romania.
Directors: Kristen Ali Eglinton, Norah Benarrosh-Orsoni