EthnoKino: Roads/Routes - New Season of Ethnographic Film Programme in Bern
Dear friends, students and colleagues,
We are excited to start the 7th season of ethnographic film programme ETHNOKINO in Bern this Thursday, February 20. You can find our Poster and Programme-Flyer enclosed. Both Call for Participation (Masters in Bern) and Call for Submission (EthnoKino Shorts) are limited to Switzerland-based participants.
We hope to see you in the Kino in der Reitschule!
Livia Schambron, Sina Fischer, Eda Elif Tibet, Pavel Borecký and Valentina Shasivari
This season EthnoKino starts from the concrete: the poetics and politics of roads and, in broader terms, the routes they pave, enable or obstruct.
👉 Roads produce possibilities. When they are impaired by fences and gates, the basic human right of following one’s route is denied: 20.2. Between Two Crossings: From Gaza to Europe
👉 Roads can take on many forms: as railways, they become infrastructural networks that enable social and technological transformation: 3.3. EthnoKino: The Iron Ministry
👉 4.3. Masters in Bern: Field Recording with Reto Stamm
- an award-winning sound designer Reto Stamm
will give practical and theoretical inputs in a day-long workshop. Call for Participation.
👉 Yet, unavoidably, roads are the result of uprooting, of the remodelling of landscapes through human labour: 19.3. EthnoKino: Earth
👉 2.4. EthnoKino Shorts
is dedicated to the work of young filmmakers. An Expert Jury // Call for Submission.
👉 Of the remodelling that sometimes becomes a symbol of human folly, a monumental reminder that roads can be a tool of conquest and invasion: 14.4. EthnoKino: Suspension
👉 30.4. EthnoKino: Vision Talks
- engaged anthropologists and social entrepreneurs meet to present ground-breaking projects.
👉 In the end, roads also mean the pathways one can get on, in order to reclaim the homeland that has been taken: 7.5. EthnoKino: Rituals of Resistance
🌎 We dedicate this season to the iron and concrete, and to those who walk the roads but end among the displaced.
Kino in der Reitschule , Neubrückstrasse 8, Bern
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20.2. Between Two Crossings: From Gaza to Europe
3.3. EthnoKino: The Iron Ministry
4.3. Masters in Bern: Field Recording with Reto Stamm
19.3. EthnoKino: Earth
2.4. EthnoKino Shorts
14.4. EthnoKino: Suspension
30.4. EthnoKino: Vision Talks
7.5. EthnoKino: Rituals of Resistance
CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
04.03 MASTERS IN BERN: FIELD RECORDING WITH RETO STAMM
In this Masterclass, location sound mixer and sound designer Reto Stamm will give practical and theoretical inputs on the role of sound in documentary and ethnographic films. The Masterclass will begin with a kick-off meeting on the 3rd of March before the screening of "The Iron Ministry" and is followed by a day-long hands-on workshop on the 4th of March at the Institute of Social Anthropology, University of Bern.
People from different backgrounds are invited to participate. No prior experience needed but briefly let us know if you have experience with sound recording or (film) editing. Registration at firstname.lastname@example.org until the 23rd of February. Participation cost for coverage of expenses: 15 CHF. First comes, first served!
CALL FOR SUBMISSION
02.04 ETHNOKINO SHORTS
EthnoKino Shorts is dedicated to the work of young filmmakers. Through a Call for Submissions we invite Switzeland-based filmmakers to present and discuss their latest short documentary films. Send us your short (max. 15 min) film with a synopsis and two screenshots.
An expert jury will attend the screening and give constructive feedback on the aspects of camera work, editing and research. The event creates space for new collaboration, networking, exchange and visibility. -- EthnoKino Bern, Switzerland email@example.com www.ethnokino.com
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