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27-31 August 2019
Poznań, Poland
Europe/Warsaw timezone
programme last update: 23 August 2019
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Audiovisual Session

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Location: Poznań, Poland
Date: from 28 Aug 11:00 to 31 Aug 11:45

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Room 2.122

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Displaying 17 contributions out of 17
Type: Audiovisual Session: Audiovisual Session
The sea is immense, and Wesam is drowning. He grows in a refugee camp. Later he moves to Egypt, but because of his nationality, he loses his job. He feels, his only hope is to seek asylum in Europe by crossing the Mediterranean. So, after agreements with smugglers, he gets on a boat. On the second night, the engine stop working and he gets lost in the sea. Water rations decrease daily. On the fift ... More
Presented by Linda PAGANELLI on 30/8/2019 at 12:44
Type: Audiovisual Session: Audiovisual Session
Rebgong is located in Huangnan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in Qinghai province in China. Rebgong has been the center of Tibetan Buddhist Thangka art for centuries. However, Rebgong Tibetan women were not allowed to paint or to learn Thangka until recent years. In 2013, I met Lutso, one of the few Tibetan female Thangka painters in Rebgong. The film captures her unique life as a female student in ... More
Presented by Ming XUE on 28/8/2019 at 9:00
Type: Audiovisual Session: Audiovisual Session
"The rituals of the ancient Persian warrior training, is seen in combination with the recitations of a young girl coming to terms with her impending womanhood. [ The film is shot and performed by the director, a woman, in two locations in Iran where women’s presence is prohibited: the 'House of Strength' and a public men’s bath. ]" <br><br> Iran - UK 2017/Shooting locations: Iran/Origina ... More
Presented by Maryam TAFAKORY on 29/8/2019 at 9:06
Type: Audiovisual Session: Audiovisual Session
An intimate look at the life and work of a Roma refugee from Kosovo collecting trash on the streets of Novi Sad, Serbia, ‘Active (citizen)’ is a visual ethnography focused on the material, sensorial and kinaesthetic realities of the protagonist’s work and its political and social significance – the daily activism beyond the scope of public recognition. The film is part of a larger visual ... More
Presented by Jan LORENZ, Piotr GOLDSTEIN on 29/8/2019 at 13:42
Type: Audiovisual Session: Audiovisual Session
On the eve of postponed Congolese elections, two Congolese and two Belgian cineastes make a film about Kinshasa and its resistance against the legacies of colonialism. The four filmmakers want to tell a story together, but having grown up on other sides of history, they have different views on how to tell that story. What should it look like? Who should be in it? For whom is it made? Faire-part ... More
Presented by Anne REIJNIERS, Paul SHEMISI, Nizar SALEH, Rob JACOBS on 28/8/2019 at 12:11
Type: Audiovisual Session: Audiovisual Session
This experimental short documentary seeks out Ivanka, a woman who lives in rural Eastern Serbia and who spent most of her life falling into trance to enter the realm of the dead and learn about the future. Ethnographic archive materials from her days as a prophet are interwoven with contemporary footage shot now that the supernatural forces have left her. As such, the film plays on dualities of t ... More
Presented by Eluned Zoe AIANO, Alesandra TATIĆ on 29/8/2019 at 9:00
Type: Audiovisual Session: Audiovisual Session
"In Search of a Bororo Mr. Right" is an experimental "rom com", in that it seeks to introduce the romantic comedy genre as a novel tool for an ethnographic analysis of kinship. The “rom com” genre explores the topics of love, marriage and women’s issues with the biological clock. This ethnographic film deals with the search for love and explores the character’s concerns with finding “Mr. ... More
Presented by Flavia KREMER on 30/8/2019 at 9:18
Type: Audiovisual Session: Audiovisual Session
The film situates the viewer within the makeshift space of an animal market in Algeria. Drifting between feeding and waiting, one attunes to the bodies of goats and camels, the oldest companions of Arab men. As we move deeper into the desert, the site turns into a sacrifice zone and reveals its dark geopolitical secrets. The sensory ethnography film will invite you to question the banality of d ... More
Presented by Pavel BORECKÝ on 29/8/2019 at 14:12
Type: Audiovisual Session: Audiovisual Session
In this 2nd study on Venice, I concentrated on women's lives in Venice and quote the work of poet, humanitarian, and courtesan Veronica Franco. When crossing the Via della Libertà causeway into Venice, especially at night, I am overcome with melancholy as I enter this world built on water that seems to have been there forever and yet on closer inspection shows distinct signs of its future disap ... More
Presented by Rina SHERMAN on 29/8/2019 at 9:46
Type: Audiovisual Session: Audiovisual Session
Aesthetics of dying, family as a unit of care and the last vital breath in Kashi, India’s sacred city. My interlocutor Shiv’s dying mother announced to the family, ‘it calls me’. Terminally ill, barely able to communicate and be understood by others, she found her life impossible. Subsequently, with her family by her side, she embarked on an arduous journey to Kashi—India’s holy ci ... More
Presented by Rajat NAYYAR on 28/8/2019 at 9:26
Type: Audiovisual Session: Audiovisual Session
This film is a collaboration between filmmaker/anthropologist Can Tamura (John Wells) and artist Murakami Satoshi in relation to Murakami's work "Living Migration." Murakami travels on foot carrying a house that he made from styrene foam in Busan, South Korea and later in Kanazawa, Japan. The first part filmed in South Korea focuses primarily on conveying Murakami's sensory experience of moving wi ... More
Presented by Can TAMURA, Murakami SATOSHI on 29/8/2019 at 9:16
Type: Audiovisual Session: Audiovisual Session
This is an audiovisual ethnography of the memories of perpetrators of state violence, particularly lower level actors who carried out the murderous plan during the May 18 in 1980, Gwangju, South Korea. In 1980, Gwangju, located in the agricultural Honam region in South Korea, became a theater of state violence as a great many civilians were brutally killed by the martial law army. But we still kno ... More
Presented by Dasom LEE on 28/8/2019 at 11:45
Type: Audiovisual Session: Audiovisual Session
Set in a small town in the foothill of the Carpathian mountains, Strawberry Fields tells the story of Romanian single mom, Lenuța. The crosses she bears are heavy, yet she still finds it in her heart to tend to the smallest details and corners of her town. She cares for things big and small, even those others see no value in. Her daily routine is about to be disrupted and she must now prepare he ... More
Presented by Simon FREY, Priscilla RASYID on 30/8/2019 at 9:00
Type: Audiovisual Session: Audiovisual Session
A group of Confucius descendants trekked thousands of miles into deep mountains in Fujian Province far away from their homeland. For centuries, they have etched out a peaceful existence, honoring the distinct Confucian tradition despite the sound and fury of modern life outside. As the wind of Chinese economic reform sweeps across the nation, the air in the village is filled with agitation and ten ... More
Presented by Jiandong HUANG on 31/8/2019 at 8:00
Type: Audiovisual Session: Audiovisual Session
Blue and pixelated images, trees, the road. It shows poles that held the electrical wires that still exist in some places. It shows the main alley, the only part that is not eaten by the vegetation. This filmed essay is the continuation of a first documentary film I devoted to the Togolese refugee camp of Agamé in 2010, ""The Camp"". In the years that followed I had the opportunity to see some ... More
Presented by Jean-Frédéric DE HASQUE on 29/8/2019 at 9:28
Type: Audiovisual Session: Audiovisual Session
In December 2017, actress Jessica Hecht, producer Jenny Gersten, director Arin Arbus and music director Mary Mitchell Campbell made their first visit to the Ritsona Refugee Camp, one hour north of Athens. Their host was I AM YOU, an NGO devoted to bettering the lives of displaced persons through education, healthcare and legal support. The mission which Jessica was still planning became The Campfi ... More
Presented by Claudia GIANNETTO on 30/8/2019 at 11:45
Type: Audiovisual Session: Audiovisual Session
Making weaves out of stinging nettle called Thebvodo is an artistic activity whose origins can be traced to the Bronze Age. While the Germans used it during both World Wars, the British attempted to go commercial. Today, Solhou-ii Mekru is a guradian of this dying art and she continues to weave thebvodos courced from nature, finished by her hands and untouched by machines. <br><br> 2019, Nagaland, ... More
Presented by Sophy LASUH on 29/8/2019 at 13:30
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