Second Echo goes to Pardubice to Divadlo 29. You can watch movies Hip Hop, My Release ańd Noise that Brings Money at Tuesday 20th May, starts 7pm. We are looking forward to you!
Antropofest is an international festival of movies with social anthropological themes.
Festival is held by eponymous NGO, formed by social anthropology graduates. The goal of the festival is to introduce the general audience to the movies that could also be one of the important study instruments of our domain. These specific documents will allow us to learn about the life of various human communities, social groups or individuals around the world.
During the festival we will hold debates on current projections and there will be also other accompanying programme.
We are looking forward to you!
First Echo of Antropofets goes to Opava to Club Art at 15th April at 5pm. You can watch Freetekno a Hip Hop, My Release.
Don´t forget that the 5th Antropofest will take place in the Bio Oko and start at Friday 24.1. on 6.30 p.m.
The spot for 5th Antropofest is made by Bohdan Heblík - kofila.com. You can watch it in world premiere here https://vimeo.com/83492169
We prepare czech subtitles for all foreign languages movies.
|18:35||Back to the Future|
|19:25||Discussion and Break|
|19:50||Hip Hop, my Release|
|20:55||The High Cybercafé|
|21:25||Diskussion and Break|
|21:50||Together as One|
|15:25||Hosté z kamene|
|16:20||Diskussion and Break|
|17:00||White and Black Film|
|17:25||Discussion and Break|
|17:45||Behind the Wheel|
|18:05||Out into World with Cheese|
|19:10||Discussion and Break|
|19:50||Diskussion and Break|
|20:10||On the Common Ground|
|20:35||Diskussion and Break|
|21:05||Noise that brings Money|
|21:45||The end of the Festival|
Norsko, 2013, 41 min
At the blacksmith market in Maroua, in the Far North region of Cameroon the hammers clang all day long. Here the local blacksmiths turn scrap iron into objects for everyday use. Car bodies become wheelbarrows, truck wheels are transformed into ploughs and smaller pieces of scrap iron end up as spoons. The film is a portrait of Abakar, a young creative blacksmith pursuing his dream to medernize his workshop and to established a blacksmith enterprise. Following Abakar at the work at his workshop, at home with his family, at the meetings and exhibitions movie presents a persistent struggle of an individual to fulfill his dreams of successful enterpreneurship, by bringing seemingly unusable pieces of iron back to life.
Konrad Pilot was born in Poland. He studied Social Anthropology with Philosophy and religion Studies as minors at the LMU in Munich, Germany and Visual Cultural Studies in Tromsø, Norway. Noise That Brings Money is his first film.
Dialogues: French, Fulfulde, subtitles: English, Czech
Production: Visuelle kulturstudier, University of Tromso, Norway
Director, camera: Konrad Pilot
THE WORLD PREMIERE!
Česká republika, 2013, 6 min
Š. Kadlecová, L.Lipták, P.Bouška
The Yellow House is an ethnographic micro-study exploring demographic changes in Žlutice, a town in former Sudetenland region, in 20th Century. The movie narrates a story of a house which facade is labeled by the David´s Star. Through symbols of the past and images of the present reveals individual history of the inhabitants of the house. The movie was produced during Summer School of Ethnographic filmmaking organized by Department of Anthropology at the University of West Bohemia.
Petr Bouška is PhD candidate in the Department of Political Science at the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen. His main aim in reaserch is Czechoslovak cinematography. He works as radio host.
Šárka Kadlecová works for Language Center of Faculty of Arts of the Charles University and in the NGO sector. She creates educational tools to prevent prejudice, racism and hate violence.
Lubomír Lipták lectures in the Department of Political Science and International Relations at the University of West Bohemia and as well in the Department of Anthropology at the same university.His work is focused on security discurs of the Slovak Republic, patrimonial stuctures of post-communist state and construction of colective identities.
Česká republika, 2013, 10 min
P. Ďurinová, P. Burzová, J. Majer
Stone Guests is an ethnographic micro-study based on 15 interviews with inhabitants and visitors of Karlovy Vary as well as city representatives and historians. Our goal was to identify changing attitudes to the symbols of socialist past in a city with significant Russian presence. We were interested in emic explanations regarding the changing symbolic and material landscapes of Karlovy Vary. At the level of city administration, this film offers an example of post-socialist selection of appropriate (post-)political symbols.
This film was produced during Summer School of Ethnographic Filmmaking in Žlutice.
Paula Ďurinová is Slovak documentarist based in Bratislava, she has directed several documentary films and founded the Living documentary association. Petra L. Burzová is a member of Centre for Visual Ethnography and has been focusing on research in political science and cultural anthropology. Jiří Majer is anthropologist concentrating on the discourses of mental disorders. He has been doing his field research in Indonesia.
dialogues: Czech, Russian, subtitles: english
production: Studio vizuální etnografie SVIET, katedra antropologie, FF ZČU
directors, cameras: P. Ďurinová, P. Burzová, J. Majer
Partners of AntropoFEST are
- Hasičská vzájemná pojišťovna
- F.H. Praher - Czech cider form apples
- A2 - cultural review
- Radio 1
- Go Out
Don't hesitate and ask us or just send your movie (with apllication form) on email: [email protected]