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Year 2013

EURORAMA

ONE EUROPE OF PEOPLES IN ETHNOGRAPHIC FILM FESTIVALS

Identities and places: at the frontiers of Europa from North to South
Traditions, handicraft, music and rites

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

 

Trento, 28th – 29th April 2013

Eurorama7 presents 13 films that have participated to some of the most important European festivals of ethnographic cinema in 2011-2012: Tromsø (Norway), Pärnu (Estonia), Sibiu (Romania), Paris (France), Ljubljana (Slovenia), Nuoro (Italy), Torun (Poland), Göttingen (Germany), Rovinj (Croatia), Moscow (Russia), Belgrade (Serbia), Cadca (Slovakia), Tartu (Estonia).
On the first day, the films in the program discuss the complexity of individual and collective identities, dealing with the changes and challenges of the contemporary world. An imaginary journey from north to south, throughout Europe and in the countries of its immediate vicinity, among people and places which are constantly evolving before our eyes: microcosms located in fascinating cities like Tallinn, Budapest, Istanbul and Tel-Aviv, as well as in more remote locations such as the Svalbard islands in the Arctic Ocean or the German colonies of Brazil.
On the second day, the films will lead us into the richness and variety of the folk tradition of our continent, presenting events and phenomena that ethnographic cinema has observed and documented from its very start: ancient crafts in Romania and Macedonia, winter festivals and rituals in Slavonia and Transylvania, folk songs, music and oral traditions in Estonia and Italy.

PROGRAM

• Sunday 28th April
EURORAMA 7.1 Identities and places: at the frontiers of Europa from North to South – Cinema Modena, viale San Francesco d’Assisi, 6 – Trento

3.15 pm

NORDIC ANTHROPOLOGICAL FILM ASSOCIATION FESTIVAL 2012, Tromsø, Norway
The Tour, by Eva La Cour, Denmark, 2011, 38′

ETNOFILM CROATIA 2012, Rovinj, Croatia
A manual to change the past, by Antje Engelmann, Germany/Hungary/Brasil, 2011, 40′

5.15 pm

ASTRA FILM FESTIVAL 2012, Sibiu, Romania – Best documentary competition “Romania”
Common Ground, by Anne Schiltz and Charlotte Grégoire, Eklektik Productions, Belgium, 2012, 82′

JEAN ROUCH FILM FESTIVAL 2012, Paris, France – Special Mention “Intangible Cultural Heritage Prize”
Adak, by Amandine Faynot, Amandine Faynot Production, France/Turkey, 2011, 23′

7.15 pm

DAYS OF ETHNOGRAPHIC FILM 2012, Ljubljana, Slovenia
I shot my love, by Tomer Heymann, Heymann Brothers Films, Israel/Germany, 2009, 71′

9.15 pm

PÄRNU INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY AND ANTHROPOLOGY FILM FESTIVAL, Pärnu, Estonia
The New World, by Jaan Tootsen, Kuukulgur Film, Estonia, 2012, 84′

• Monday 29th April
CARNIVAL KING 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 of the triple DVD “Carnival King of Europe II”
. 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 7.2 Traditions, handicraft, music and rites – Cinema Modena, viale San Francesco d’Assisi, 6 – Trento

3.15 pm

ASPEKTY FESTIVAL OF VISUAL ANTHROPOLOGY 2012, Toruń, Poland
The gorgeous of the evening, by Davor Borić, HRT Croatia Television, Croatia, 2012, 26′

GÖTTINGEN INTERNATIONAL ETHNOGRAPHIC FILM FESTIVAL 2012, Göttingen, Germany – Student Award
Looking at Themselves – Babaluda Luda, by Mihai Andrei Leaha, Romania 2011, 34′

5.15 pm

DAYS OF ETHNOGRAPHIC CINEMA 2012, Moscow, Russia
It won’t continue no way, by Vladimir Bocev, Republic of Macedonia, 2010, 24′

SARDINIAN INTERNATIONAL ETHNOGRAPHIC FILM FESTIVAL 2012, Nuoro, Italy – Recommendation from the Jury
Il maggio delle mondine, by Francesco Marano, Italy, 2011, 44′

7.15 pm

BELGRADE INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF ETHNOLOGICAL FILM 2012, Belgrade, Serbia – Mention for the Music
The Tanners, by Edwin Trommelen and Paul Enkelaar, Netherlands, 2013, 66′

ETNOFILM ČADCA – FESTIVAL ON ETHNOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY 2012, Čadca, Slovakia – Grand Prix of the Festival
Voci alte. Tre giorni a Premana, by Renato Morelli, Italy 2011, 44′

9.15 pm

WORLD FILM FESTIVAL 2012, Tartu, Estonia
Regilaul, songs of the ancient sea, by Ulrike Koch, Doc Productions GmbH, Estonia/Switzeland, 2011, 104′

Films of this edition