Ethnographic Films, Between Art & Academia

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Visual Scholarship Initiative at Emory University says
Visual Scholarship Initiative at Emory University and Emory University Film & Media Studies presents: a weekend of film screenings and events revolving around issues of contemporary ethnographic filmmaking, featuring films by Emory PhD students Sarah Franzen, Sydney Silverstein and Mael Vizcarra, Emory professors Jenny Chio and Anna Grimshaw, and award-winning filmmaker J.P. Sniadecki. Through screenings, Q&A sessions, and a panel discussion, this series will bring participants of the event into dialogue over questions of the status and significance of ethnographic cinema as both artistic and academic work.

THIS EVENT IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!!

//FRIDAY, APRIL 3rd//

6:00 - A Chair: in six parts, Anna Grimshaw, 42'

7:15 - A Portrait of a Cooperative, Sarah Franzen, 40'

8:30 - Foreign Parts, J.P. Sniadecki & Verena Paravel, 80'

//SATURDAY, APRIL 4th//

1:00 - Peasant Family Happiness, Jenny Chio, 70'

2:45 - Bodega Maria, Sydney Silverstein 40' &
Todo lo que uno hace (All That One Does), Mael Vizcarra 40'

5:00 - Panel Discussion with Jenny Chio, Anna Grimshaw, Sarah Franzen & J.P. Sniadecki.

6:30 - Reception

7:30 - The Iron Ministry J.P. Sniadecki, 83'

*all screenings will be followed by Q&As with the filmmakers
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By: Visual Scholarship Initiative at Emory University

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