APRICOT TREE FILM FESTIVAL: A CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS http://www.atieff.org/en/ Apricot Tree Ethno Film Festival is happy to announce a call for submissions. The 2nd Apricot Tree film festival will take place October 1-5, 2016, in Yerevan, Udjan and Gyumri. Only filmmakers with ethnographic and anthropological films can apply. There is no age limitation for the […]Continue Reading
«Regard Bleu» #12 Festival for ethnographic student film and media 21.-23. October 2016 We are proud to announce this year’s 12th edition of the student film festival «Regard Bleu», held at the Ethnographic Museum of the University of Zürich. Over the last 11 years, «Regard Bleu» has grown to an interdisciplinary platform for ethnographic and […]Continue Reading
The Royal Anthropological Institute in partnership with University of Southern California Dornsife presents 15th RAI Film Festival anthropology – ethnography – archaeology 29 March – 1 April 2017 Watershed Cinema, Bristol, United Kingdom The Festival will showcase a selection of films competing in five prize categories (RAI Film Prize; Basil Wright Prize; Student; Continue Reading
Our impression of the world is influenced by the images we see in the news media. However, the news cover the exceptional, the abnormal. We get less information about the everyday life of ordinary people. This - the everyday life, how people relate to each other - is the research subject of anthropology. Anthropological film as a genre is based first and foremost on the Continue Reading
SVA Film Festival The Society for Visual Anthropology’s Film Festival screens work by students, professional anthropologists, and professional filmmakers at the American Anthropological Association’s annual conference. The Festival jury, comprised of anthropologists and film scholars, selects work to be included in the Festival on the basis of anthropological relevance and Continue Reading
Astra Film Festival 2016 17-23 October 2016 Astra Film Festival, Romania’s leading documentary festival is hosted by the city of Sibiu from 17 to 23 October, 2016. It is the beating heart for the international and regional annual production. Through its special focus, it is the place to feel the pulse of documentary film production […]Continue Reading
Viscult 2016: Call for Films Website The annual Viscult Film Festival of anthropological and ethnographic documentaries will be held 26.–28.10.2016 in Joensuu, Finland. The theme of Viscult 2016 is On the Move. Moving belongs to essentials of all life: life is movement, action and activity. Movement is change, and only change is continual. Emotions and […]Continue Reading
The festival promotes documentary cinema with a special emphasis on new films, videos or interactive media (published after 1.1.2013) dealing with socio-cultural processes in a wide sense of the term. The festival is open to all documentary filmmakers, but especially those coming from anthropology, sociology, folklore and neighbouring disciplines. It provides a great Continue Reading