We would like to invite you to Echoes of Antropofest in Nitra, Slovakia. Screening will take place on Tuesday 20th March, from 7.pm. in Fotogalérii Trafačka, Janka Kráľa 65. You can watch Hotel Splendid and 4000 miles to Happines.
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!
We would like to invite you to Echoes of Antropofest 2018 to Pardubice. Echoes take place on Monday 19th March from 2 p.m. in Klub 29 (Sv. Anežky České 29, Pardubice). You can watch these movies: 4000 mil ke štěstí, Obraz svého těla, Unity: Dress-scape of Accra, Grab and run, Ethnographic study of algorithms, We must be dreaming, Hotel Splendid, Land of Love. The Echoes are organized in cooperation with the Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Faculty of Art, University of Pardubice and the Klub 29.
We look forward to you!
Photos from last years are available at our FB https://www.facebook.com/pg/Antropofest-zs-116139408458727/photos/?tab=albums
Guests of Antropofest 2018 are Mauro Bucci (Hotel Splendid), Simon Luling (Borderline views), Liivo Niglas (The Land of Love), David B.J. Dhert (We Must be Dreaming), Jessica Bollag (I am not Leaving Eldon), Tomáš Pospíšil (Obraz svého těla), Dalibor Knapp (Ethnographic Study of Algorithms), Phillip Nosák, Jana Zychová, Petra Liprtová (all to 4000 mil ke štěstí), Milan Votypka ( the exhibition).
Tickets are for 120czk (Friday), 180czk (Saturday) and 250czk (both days). You can buy tickets for the festival during the event on site. For this year, tickets will not be offered in advance. Thank you for your understanding.
|15:00||165. Gellnerovský seminář|
|18:00||Vernisáž výstavy "Pomáháme lidem na útěku"|
|20:00||Discussion with director|
|20:30||Borderline Views: A Golan Heights Documentary|
|21:00||Discussion with director|
|22:00||Making a Living in the Dry Season|
|22:30||Unity: Dress-scape of Accra|
|14:00||Grab and Run|
|15:40||Obraz svého těla|
|15:55||4000 mil ke štěstí|
|16:30||Discussion with directors|
|17:00||The Land of Love|
|18:20||Discussion with director|
|18:50||I am not Leaving Eldon|
|19:40||Discussion with director|
|20:10||We Must be Dreaming|
|21:10||Discussion with director|
|21:40||Discussion with director (before the movie)|
|21:55||Ethnographic Study of Algorithms|
Izrael, Sýrie, Francie, 2017, 28 min
The film takes a look at the border between Israel and Syria, through the experience of the Druze community - living in the occupied Golan Heights, of Syrian identity yet in an Israeli reality, and subject to the whims of the region's geopolitics. In the Occupation's 50th year, and with the Syrian Civil War raging, questions arise on the Golan and its Druze community's identities.
Simon Luling is a US American and German filmmaker, based in France. He has also lived in Canada, the Netherlands, the US, Ecuador and Israel, working primarily as a film/video editor and producer, and occasionally in academic research. Previous work includes Freeway: Crack in the System (documentary about the US drug epidemic and Nicaragua's Contra War), and award-winning South American comedy series, Enchufe.tv. His interest in politics and world cultures (namely in the context of state and nation-building) led him to spend time in the Golan Heights, befriending people in the Druze villages, out of which the film Borderline Views was born.
Director, Camera, Production, Script, Edit: Simon Luling
Language of Dialogues: English, Hebrew, Arabic
Language of Subtitles: Czech, English
Angola, Portugalsko, Velká Británie, 2016, 35 min
Set in the highlands village of Katuwo, the film is an intimate portrait of the day-to-day life of a family living in an agro-pastoralist farm in Namibe, Angola. Through the filmmaker's request to her host Madukilaxi to put her skills into the making of a doll, the film addresses a twofold notion of labour taking place in the dry season: their shared doll-crafting and making a living. Lipuleni, Madukilaxi's toddler, follows their twofold labour, and the three of them celebrate their efforts with a feast.
Ines Ponte born in Portugal, and studied Visual Anthropology in the UK, with a background in Documentary and Social Anthropology from home. Since 2006 I have worked as an editor, cameraman, producer, researcher and writing assistant of documentary and research projects in India, Brazil, Portugal, Angola and the UK. After teaching theoretical and practical courses on filmmaking and visuality, I nowadays conceive and collaborate in audiovisual and media projects based in Portugal.
Director, Camera, Edit, Script: Ines Ponte
Production: Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology
Language of Dialogues: Olunyaneka language
Language od Subtitles: Czech, English
Launching of the movie (selection):
Apricot Tree International Documentary Film Festival, Armenia 2017; Pärnu International Documentary and Anthropology Film Festival, Estonia 2017; Days of Ethnographic FIlm, Slovenia 2017; EthnoFest, International Ethnographic Film Festival, Greece; Kratovo Ethnographic Film Festival, Macedonia
Španělsko, Německo, 2017, 85 min
Since Kyrgyzstan gained its Independence in 1991, there has been a revival of the ancient practice of Ala-Kachuu, which translates roughly as "grab and run". More than half Kyrgyz women are married after being kidnapped by the men who become their husbands. Some escaped after violent ordeals, but most are persuaded to stay by tradition and fear of scandal. Ala-Kachuu was outlawed during Soviet era and remains illegal under the kyrgyz criminal code, but the law has rarely been enforced to protect women from this violent practice.
Roser Corella (born in Barcelona) is an Independent Documentary Filmmaker currently based in Berlin. Roser began her career as video-journalist for the catalan TV, but her interest in human stories behind global issues moved her to start self-producing and developing a personal vision within the documentary field. Her work has been shown worldwide, winning awards such as POYI – Picture of the Year International- in USA, and CANAL+ France Award at Women's Film Festival of Créteil. Her fascination for the documentary genre has led her around the world in search of stories to tell. Not only to witness but to challenge and raise critical questions about contemporary societies.
Director, Camera, Script: Roser Corella
Production: Moving mountains films
Edit: Ariadna Ribas
Language of Dialogues: Kyrgyz
Language of Subtitles: Czech, English
Launching of the movie, awards (selection):
Best International Documentary at DocLA Los Angeles Documentary Film Festival 2017, Best film "A different tomorrow section" at Reykjavik Film Festival 2017, Best International Film Award at Festival of Ethnological Film v Belgrade 2017
Partners of AntropoFEST are
- Czech Association for Social Anthropology
- Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Pardubice
- Ambassade van Belgie - Algemene Afvaardiging van de Vlaamse Regering in de tsjechische republiek
- Italian Culture Institute
- Swiss Embassy
- Estonian Embassy
- F.H. Prager
- The Czech Ethnological Journal
- Czech Sociological Review
- Urban people - Lidé města
- Radio 1
Don't hesitate and ask us or just send your movie (with apllication form) on email: [email protected]