Slovenia, Slovakia, Denmark, 2011, 6 min
Barbara Turk Niskač, Sašo Niskač
Short ethno documentary about memories of one childhood.
Barbara is anthropologist and Sašo is filmaker. Both of them are from Lubljana
Director: Barbara Turk Niskač, Sašo Niskač
Production: 3little wolves
Language of dialogues: Slovenia
Language of subtitles: English
Hungary, 2011, 8 min
H. Synková, R. K. Ranjan, J.V. Asis
The process of rehabilitation and gentrification in the Eight District of Budapest, Hungary has led to the shrinkage of space especially for children’s play. Set against the backdrop of the world famous novel The Paul Street Boys (Molnár Ferenc, 1906) this film depicts the widening gap between social classes and the reconstruction of the ideas of play, security and leisure.
Ram Krishna Ranjan is a Delhi based freelance documentary filmmaker. He completed masters in Media and Cultural Studies. Currently he is working as a consultant for the Digital Empowerment Foundation, where he documents development projects across India.
Jonnabelle V. Asis is a Erasmus Mundus doctoral exchange student in the Universita' degli Studi di Padova and a Ph.D. Sociology student from the University of the Philippines Diliman. She was assistant professor of the Department of Sociology, University of the Philippines Diliman, where she taught courses on Sociology of Mass Communication and Visual Sociology.
Hana Synková is an assistant professor at the department of Social Sciences at Pardubice University and research coordinator at the Agency for Social Inclusion of the Office of the Government of the Czech Republic. Her research focuses on institutions active in “social integration”.
Directors: H. Synková, R.K. Ranjan, J.V. Asis
Production: Cenral European Univesity, Hungary
Language of dialogues: Hungarian, English
Language of subtitles: English
Mexico, Great Britain, 2009, 25 min
Carolina Corral Paredes
Doňa Rosa is an indigenous old woman who sells crafts in the market. Carlos is an enthusiastic tour guide who offers tours into indigenous people´s houses and families, including Paola´s. Their lives are dedicated to provide what a group of inquisitive tourists – and a filmaker – might be looking for in an indigenous and picturesque region in the southern Mexican state of Chiapas.
Carolina Corral Paderes graduated from the MA in Visual Anthropology in 2009 from the University of Manchester and enrolled in the Socail Anthropology with Visual Media PhD program at the same University. She is currently developing a collaborative project involving film that will look at the lives of former prisoners in Mexico.
Director and production: Carolina Corral Paderes
Language of dialogues:Spanish, English
Language of subtitles: English, Czech
Lauching of movie (selection):
Etnofilm ČADCA, Slovakia, Award of the film Journalist
Contro Sguardi, International Anthropological Film Festival, Italy,2010, Special Mention
14 Mostra Internacional de Filme Etnográfico, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, 2009
Festival du Filme Ethnographic Film Festival, London, Great Britain, 2010
Ethnographic Film Unit Festival, British Colombia, Canada, 2010
II. Festival do Filme Etnográfico de Recife, Recife, Brasil, 2010
XIX International Festival of Ethnological Film, Belgrade, Serbia, 2010
Royal Anthropological Institut, Manchester, Great Britain, 2011
Days of etnographic cinema, Moscow, Russian, 2011