Echoes of Antropofest arrive to Bratislava, Slovakia. You can watch Mass and Five Lives, all directors will be there. They will also debate about visual anthropology. Café Satori Stage, 6p.m.
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!
"Echoes of Antropofest" continued in Pardubice, 4th April from 5pm. You will watch: Masa, Five lives, Problems of Elites, In the Rythm of the City and Sacred Water. Screening will take place at University of Pardubice, bulidinf EB, room E2.
We would like to invite you to ECHOS OF ANTROPOFEST TO NITRA, Slovakia.
Screenings will take place on 30th March from 5pm in Fotogaléria Trafačka during "Ethnological days" organised by Department of Ethnology and Folklore of University KF in Nitra, Slovakia.
You can watch these movies: British Born Chinese, Gurumbé and Between Islam and Sacred Forest.
Firts "Echos of Antropofest" will take place at Maňana Bar, Žižkovo nám 6, Jičín at 10th and 11th of March from 4pm in both days. We will screen this movies: A Report About Mina, Dust, Gurugu, Haying Time, Masa, Nobel Nok Dah, Pět Životů, Sacred Water, Tama Gaun - The Cooper Village.
Guests of Antropofest 2017 are: Michal Pavlásek and Ivo Bystřičan (Masa), Jaroslava Panáková (Pět životů), Marcel Romanutti (Problematika elit), Ondřej Raffel (V rytmu města), Frode Storaas (Tama Gaun), Evgeny Aleksandrov and Elena Danilko (Haing Time), Deepak Tolange, Christoph Siegel, Anisha Gosh (Dust). Let´s discuss with them about theirs movies!!
27.01.2017 : Sál A
|18:35||Bridge to Kobane|
|20:20||A Report about Mina|
|21:25||Gurumbé. Afro-Andalusian Memories|
27.01.2017 : Sál B
|18:35||Bridge to Kobane|
|19:10||Teteyotes. Stones Gods.|
|20:00||Nobel Nok Dah|
28.01.2017 : Sál A
|14:30||British Born Chinese|
|18:55||Tama Gaun - The Copper Village|
28.01.2017 : Sál B
|14:30||V rytmu města|
|15:10||My Antropo Films|
|15:25||Etno-film: Mezi tradicí a experimentem|
|16:30||These Objects, Those Memories|
|17:40||Between Islam and Sacred Forest|
Mexiko, 2016, 42 min
J.B. Díaz, A. S. Eres, A.J. Arango
In the Municipality of Yahualica, Hidalgo, a Nahua community from Mexico, the archaeological pieces (named stone gods in their language) have the ability to make the population sick. Through an accurate knowledge the inhabitants of the municipality manage to deal with the power of the 'stone gods' in order to prevent possible damages and to benefit from the relationship with them. This facet of their reality has been seriously criticised by the Mexican media and the community has been deprived of a large part of their material heritage. This documentary pictures the life of the Nahuas from Yahualica, who have to coexist with the world of the stones, who make them sick, and with the world of the mestizos, who ridicule and rob them.
Jaime Bernardo Díaz is an anthropologist; Ana Somohano Eres and Antonio Jaramillo Arango are both historians. The three of them studying their PhDs at the UNAM, México, where they research about the social life objects can have in native communities dating before and after the Conquest.
Director, script, edit, production: J.B. Díaz, A.S. Eres, A.J. Arango
Camera: J.B. Díaz
Festivals: VI Congreso Mexicano de Antropología Social-Foro de cine etnográfico 2016; Instituto de Investigaciones Filológicas-Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México 2016
Language of Dialogues: Spanish
Language of Subtitles: Spanish, English, Czech
Jižní Afrika, 2015, 29 min
These Objects, Those Memories" is a split-screen film focused on material culture, specifically, that of three long-term Zimbabwean female migrants currently residing in Cape Town, South Africa. Through an exploration of the objects brought with them, objects sent back to their homeland, objects left behind and their associated memories; stories of joy, loss, and hopes for a return to Zimbabwe are examined.
Roger Horn is a lecturer (University of Cape Town - Visual Anthropology and SAE Institute Cape Town - Documentary Production/Film Studies), PhD candidate in Anthropology, and filmmaker with over 18 years of television and film production experience. His research and filmic interests include material culture, migration, xenophobia, post colonialism, and gender and sexuality.
Director, camera, script, edit: Roger Horn
Production: Roger Horn Films
Festivals (selections): Le Cube Anthropologies Numeriques 4th Edition (March 2016 - Paris, France); EASA European Association of Social Anthropologists Conference (July 2016 - Milan, Italy); Eureka Springs Human Rights Fest (August 2016 - Arkansas, USA); Apricot Tree International Ethno Film Festival (Oct. 2016 - Armenia); Ethnographic Film Festival "Kratovo" 2016 (Oct.- Macedonia) ; Regard Bleu Film Festival 2016 (Oct. - Zurich, Switzerland) ; CEAD Contemporary Ethnography Across the Disciplines Conference (November 2016 - Cape Town, South Africa)
Language of Dialogues: English
language of Subtitles: English, Czech
Slovenská republika, 2016, 65 min
Viktor Valerevich Mumikhotkak also known as „Mukha", Yupik Eskimo from the hamlet New Chaplino (Chukotka, Russia), died tragically in 2012. Somebody stabbed him in his abdomen and cut off his fingers. In 2014, when young Alla Ukuma gave birth to her first son, her mother told her: „Last night I saw Mukha in my dream. He had come back in your boy. Let us name your baby Viktor". According to the local people, the dead can return to the realm of the living up to five times. This film essay on life, death and possible return poses the universal question: How do you confront your own end?
Jaroslava Panáková received her PhD in Social Anthropology at St. Petersburg State University in Russia and MA in documentary cinema at FAMU Prague, Czech Republic. Since 2001 she has been studying indigenous peoples of Polar Russia. She combines her fieldwork with the filmic approach. Author's short film "The seagull flying against the wind" (2005) was screened at the IFF in Jihlava and at the festival Oneworld. Her medium-length film "Being tourist at home" (2009) participated in 2009 at the East Silver market in Jihlava and in 2010, won the first Prize at the TOCOCU festival in Lisboa. Her long-feature film, Five Lives (2016), was claimed "the best doc on survival of indigenous peoples" at the XXX PÄRNU Film Festival.
Direcotr, camera, script: J. Panáková
Production: J.Panáková, spolek PAMODAJ
Edit: Šimon Špidla
Language of Dialogues: Russian
Language of subtitles: Slovak
Partners of AntropoFEST are
- Prager Cider
- Český lid
- Lidé města
- Sociologický časopis
- Česká asociace pro africká studia
- Radio 1
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