Awake. A Dream from Standing Rock a film by Josh Fox (2017, 89 mins) Bullfrog Films Distribution Website The Dakota Access Pipeline is a controversial project that brings fracked crude oil from the Bakken Shale in North Dakota through South Dakota, Iowa and eventually to Illinois. The Standing Rock Tribe and people all over the […]Continue Reading
Denial a film by Derek Hallquist (2016, 92 mins) Bullfrog Films Distribution Website Every day our changing climate pushes us closer to an environmental catastrophe, but for most the problem is easy to ignore. As people we often find it difficult to face change. We’d rather be in denial. David Hallquist, CEO of a Vermont […]Continue Reading
Fordigitaldignity You can now listen to episode #2 of  Online Gods – A Podcast about  Digital Cultures http://www.fordigitaldignity.com/onlinegods/ In this episode we speak to Angela Zito <http://angelazito.com/> about Media as Religion and  Kuffir Nalgundwar <https://twitter.com/kuffir> about Round Table India <http://roundtableindia.co.in> & Dalit Continue Reading
Studies in Visual Communication 1974-1985 Studies in Visual Communication (SVC) grew out of the pioneer Studies in the Anthropology of Visual Communication (SAVICOMM) that was launched in 1974 under the auspices of the American Anthropological Association and edited by Sol Worth of the Annenberg School at Penn. The journal signaled a revival of scholarly work […]Continue Reading
VISCULT Ethnographic Documentary Film Festival Joensuu (Finland), 25-27 October, 2017 The theme of Viscult 2017 is Autonomy. Everyone shares the objective of strengthening one’s control of life and the desire to decide upon one’s own affairs. Autonomy is also the basic condition for the cultural survival of indigenous groups and ethnocultural minorities. The improvement of Continue Reading
International Festival Jean Rouch 2017 Paris, 11-17 November 2017 Out of 770 submissions, 27 films produced worldwide over the last two years have been selected for the international competition. Through their original and creative approach, they develop a thorough investigation into social and cultural practices. Three different juries, the International Jury, the Inalco Continue Reading
GRANADA CENTRE OF VISAL ANTHROPOLOGY Showcasing our students’ best work 21-22 October, 2017 Our MA in Visual Anthropology students will soon graduate. Join us at the screening of their documentary films and exhibition of their multimedia works. The event, called Chronicles of a Summer, is a unique opportunity to witness our students’ best efforts after […]Continue Reading