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Year 2012

EURORAMA

ONE EUROPE OF PEOPLES IN ETHNOGRAPHIC FILM FESTIVALS

Rural and pastoral worlds
Between cultures

Museo degli Usi e Costumi della Gente Trentina in collaboration with Trento Film Festival

  

Trento, 29th – 30th April 2012

Sixth edition of Eurorama, promoted by the Museum of Usages and Customs of the Trentino people, on the occasion of the sixtieth birthday of the TrentoFilmFestival.
Eleven high-quality films from eleven of the greatest ethnographic film festivals in Europe, for a program that addresses the most important themes of ethnographic documentary in recent years: the waning of the social contexts in rural and mountainous area of the Old Continent, on the first day, and the continuous intersection of cultures, the contact with other continents through immigration, on the second day. Once again, the specific outlook of visual anthropology takes the viewer on a journey that covers the whole of Europe, from the Audomarois marshes, through to the Balkans, the Carpathian and the Ural mountains, from the most remote villages to the metropolitan areas of London, Amsterdam, Turin and Istanbul.

PROGRAM

• Sunday 29th April
EURORAMA 6.1 Rural and pastoral worlds – Cinema Modena, viale San Francesco d’Assisi, 6 – Trento

3.00 pm

FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL JEAN ROUCH 2011, Paris, France – Mention spéciale du jury
Marysina Polana – The Dog Hill, by Grzegorz Zariczny and Andrzej Wajda, Poland, Studio & Film School, 2010, 39′

RUSSIAN ANTHROPOLOGICAL FILM FESTIVAL 2011, Ekaterinburg, Russia – Grand Prix
Nyarma, by Edgar Bartenev, Russia, St. Petersburg Documentary Studio, 2010, 42′

5.00 pm

NAFA NORDIC ANTHROPOLOGICAL FILM ASSOCIATION 2011, Århus, Denmark
Return to the Brouck. The Audomarois Fenland forty years on, by Colette Piault, France, Les Films d’Ici, 2011, 52′

7.00 pm

PÄRNU INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY AND ANTHROPOLOGY FILM FESTIVAL 2011, Pärnu, Estonia – Estonian People’s Awards
Village without Women, by Srdjan Sarenac, France, Les Films du Balibari, 2010, 83′

9.00 pm

ASTRA FILM FESTIVAL 2011, Sibiu, Romania – Romanian Documentary Award
Off the Beaten Track, by Dieter Auner, Romania/Ireland, Ikandi Productions & Mobra Films, 2011, 87′

• Monday 30th April
CARNIVAL ING OF EUROPE. A European project of visual anthropology
by the Museo degli Usi e Costumi della Gente Trentina, with the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union.
Presentation 2012 field materials
. Speakers: Giovanni Kezich, Antonella Mott, Michele Trentini
(www.carnivalkingofeurope.it)
10.00 am Sala Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Trento e Rovereto (via Garibaldi 33 – Trento)

EURORAMA 6.2 Between cultures – Cinema Modena, viale San Francesco d’Assisi, 6 – Trento

2.45 pm

BELGRADE INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF ETHNOLOGICAL FILM 2011, Belgrade, Serbia – Student Film Award
Breath, by Kullar Viimne, Estonia, Rühm Pluss Null, 2011, 59′

BEELD VOR BEELD 2011, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Living like a common Man, by Sanderien Verstappen, Mario Rutten and Isabelle Makay, Great Britain/India, Josaphatpark Productions BVBA, 2011, 65′

5.00 pm

DAYS OF ETHNOGRAPHIC CINEMA 2011, Moscow, Russia
Macedonians in Istanbul, by Elizabeta Koneska, Republic of Macedonia, Macedonian Centre for Photography, 2011, 35′

INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL ETNOFILM ČADCA 2010, Čadca, Slovakia – Jury Award. Silver Turoň
Border, by Jaroslav Vojtek, Slovakia, LEON Productions, 2009, 72′

7.00 pm

RAI INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF ETHNOGRAPHIC FILM 2011, London, Great Britain – RAI Film Prize
Other Europe, by Rossella Schillaci, Italy, Azul, 2011, 75′

9.00 pm

SIEFF SARDINIAN INTERNATIONAL ETHNOGRAPHIC FILM FESTIVAL 2010, Nuoro, Italy
My Beautiful Dacia, by Julio Soto and Stefan Constantinescu, Romania, The ThinkLab Media/Hifilm, 2009, 74′

Films of this edition