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
Anthropocene Directed by Steve Bradshaw 97 mins Produced by Jenny Richards Editor: Sotira Kyriacou Cinematography: Alex Gabbay, Magne Ostby, Stefano Cassini Music: Audio Network Produced by Flaxmoor Productions in association with Panos Pictures, Spring Films, TV/E Distributor: Bullfrog Films Examines whether human impact has tipped the planet into a new geological epoch, Continue Reading
Confluences. Emerillon of French Guyana (2007, 86 mins.) by Perle Møhl Distribution: Semiosis.fr Perle Møhl is an independent researcher and teacher of visual anthropology at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark Like forceful omens, scientific reports have hitherto depicted the Amerindian Emerillon of French Guiana as cultureless and doomed to disappear. With this film, a Continue Reading
Adelante, a film by Noam Osband (2014, 50 min.), showcases an Irish Catholic church on the outskirts of Philadelphia that is attracting the patronage of Mexican immigrants in the areaContinue Reading
Cochengo Miranda (1974, 53 min.) by Jorge Preloran Distribution: DER The extensive region of the Pampas in Central Argentina is one of the most fertile in the world. However, as the rains subside towards the West, the land becomes arid and dry. Here live a sparse population of rugged cattlemen whose nearest neighbor may be […]Continue Reading
Zulay facing the 21st Century (1989, 110 min.) by Jorge Preloran Filmed over a span of 8 years, this film is based on dialogue between Zulay Saravino, an indigenous Otavaleña of Equador, and Mabel Prelorán, an Argentine anthropologist living in Los Angeles. Tweet #visualanthropologyContinue Reading