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|
Indonésie, 2012, 65 min
J.de Séve, K.Tjong
Two filmmakers dive into an ancient rite of manhood in Islamic Java – the tender and raucous sport of the singing doves, the Indonesian Nascar. When General Zainuri announces The National Perkutut Championship, thousands of Muslim men arrive at the grounds. Seven hundred poles stand in the center. Men hoist their doves – perkutut – seven meters up and dangle them ina sea of colorful cages.
A team of judges passes trought the forest of tall posts straining to discern the birds magical coos. If the judges are impressed they score a bird´s dong by tacking a small flag to the pole. After three hours a winner is declared. Winning perkutut sell for tens of milion rupiahs – tens of thousands of dollars.
Jim de Séve teches film production at Union College in Schenectady. Prior to that, he was an instructor at Film Video Arts in NYC for ten year. He sists at the board of Media Alliance, a non-for-profit who operates a sanctuary for independent media.
Kian Tjong was born and raised in Indonesia and he has lived in the US since 1997 when he came as a Fujitsu MBA scholar at the University of Hawaii and Japan-America Institute of Management Science.
Dialogues: Indonesian, subtitles: English, Czech
production, directors, camera: Jim de Séve a Kian Tjong
Taiwan Intenational Ethnographic Film Festival, 2013
Royal Anthropological Institute Film Festival, Edinburg, 2013
Festival International du Film Ethnographique du Québec, 2013
Moscow International Festival of Visual Anthropology, 2012
Kazan Festival of Muslim Cinema, 2012
Norsko, 2013, 9 min
A small village on the coast of Guinea, West Africa. Missionaries settled here in their effort to bring Christianity to this Muslim dominated area. The villagers still speak warmly about their visitors. Nevertheless, the missionaries left after some years – seemingly in a rush, leaving behind many of their belongings. The film “Our Missionaries” tells the story of a misconceived intercultural encounter using the villagers’ memories and images of the missionaries’ material legacy.
Martin Gruber studied Visual Anthropology at Goldsmiths College, London and Social Anthropology at Hamburg University. He works as an ethnographic researcher and filmmaker and teaches visual anthropology. Martin recently completed a PhD on participatory ethnographic filmmaking at the Department of Anthropology and Cultural Studies, University of Bremen.
Production, director, camera: Martin Gruber
dialogues: Nalu language
subtitles: English, Czech
NAFA Film Festival, Bilbao, 2013
Ethnological Film Festival Kratovo, Macedonia, 2013
Athens Ethnographic Film Festival 2013
Rakousko, 2013, 29 min
Toku Fenua takes us on an extraordinary journey into the South Pacific and offers a glimpse of life on the remote island of Niulakita in Tuvalu. Niulakita is the smallest, most isolated inhabited island in the world with only 47 Tuvaluans living on 0,4 square kilometres. The director spent several month in this island doing an anthropological fieldwork. Toku Fenua lets us closely participate in the daily routines of three islanders; their dreams and concerns. It also shows the problems that people in such a harsh enviroment are exposed to.
Martin Zinggl, born in Vienna, studied social and cultural anthropology and journalism. He resides as an author and film maker in Vianna and Barcelona and he is currently working in the publication of his first non-scientific book about Tuvalu.
Production, director, camera: Martin Zinggl
Dialogues: Tuvalian, English
Subtitles: English, Czech
10th Eyes and Lenses, Warsaw, 2013
Ethnocineca 2013, Vienna
Pacific Islands Festival 2013, Basel
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]