Film Studies 41 Ethnographic Film Student Screening

The students of FS41/ANTH12: Ethnographic Film will premiere their works in the Loew Theater Wednesday night at 7 PM.  

Ethnographic film crosses the boundaries of academic anthropology and popular media. This course will address the construction of meaning in ethnographic films in relation to the parallel concerns of anthropology. We will consider approaches to film style, the relation of visual media to ethnographic representation, and the challenges visual forms pose to written ethnographies. The class will appeal to anthropology and film students as well as students interested in the politics of cross-cultural representation.” 
With thanks to Susan Simon, Instructional Media Technologist, JMC, Esther Yun ’18, Social Impact Program Learning Fellow, Ashley Doolittle, Social Impact Program, DCAL
Free admission- don't miss these wonderful films!