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Year 2017

EURORAMA

ONE EUROPE OF PEOPLES IN ETHNOGRAPHIC FILM FESTIVALS

Changing traditions and rituals
Stories of women – stories of migrants

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

 

Trento, 30th April – 1st May 2017

Eurorama. A Europe of peoples in Ethnographic Film Festivals”, under the direct curatorship of the Trentino Folklife Museum comes to its 11th edition, with some 13 documentaries from 11 different countries. The formula offers the best of ethnographic cinema on Europe, with a selection of award-winners or otherwise distinguished films captured in all major European festivals of the anthro-visual sector. The films are screened in two days, each with a specific theme.
The first day deals with issues of documentation, as regards the multifaceted intangible heritage of Europe and the many evolving traditions of the contemporary world: non-verbal languages of shepherds, fishing techniques in the Mediterranean, orally transmitted musical scores and styles, livestock transhumances along ancient routes, pagan fertility rites…
The second day is devoted to the issue of migration, with the difficulties of the refugees and asylum seekers fleeing from other continents by sea to reach the shores of Europe in search of refuge. On the same day, some films will introduce us instead, with a woman’s eyes and through intense vicissitudes, in the cultural universes of Africa and the Near East.

PROGRAM

• Sunday 30th April
EURORAMA 11.1 Changing traditions and rituals – Cinema Modena, viale San Francesco d’Assisi, 6 – Trento

3.15 pm

ETNOFILM ROVINJ 2016, Rovinj, Croatia – Special Mention of the Jury
Ehoa, by Vladimir Perović, Montenegro, 2016, 22′

DAYS OF ETHNOGRAPHIC CINEMA 2016, Moscow, Russia
Swamp Dialogues, by Ildikó Zonga Plájás, Netherlands, 2015, 53′

5.15 pm

WORLD FILM TARTU 2016, Tartu, Estonia
Fishermen’s conversations, by Chiara Bove Makiedo, England/Italy/Croatia, 2014, 68′

7.15 pm

APRICOT TREE ETHNOGRAPHIC FILM FESTIVAL 2016, Yerevan, Armenia – Special Prize by the Union of the Cinematographer of Armenia
Radici, by Felice Fornabaio, 75zero18, Italy, 2016, 24′

ETNOFILM ČADCA 2016, Čadca, Slovakia – Grand Prix. The Golden Turoň
Voci del Sacro, by Renato Morelli, Italy, 2016, 45′

9.15 pm

JEAN ROUCH FESTIVAL 2016, Paris, France – Prix du patrimoine culturel immateriel – Intangible cultural heritage prize
The Fighters of the Holy Hair, by Florian Vallée, Leïla Films, Belgium, 2015, 27′

GÖTTINGEN INTERNATIONAL ETHNOGRAPHIC FILM FESTIVAL 2016, Göttingen, Germany
Daughters of Anatolia, by Halé Sofia Schatz, Turkey, 2015, 56′

• Monday 1st May
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. The news films from Rauris and Wörth (Land Salzburg); Patsch (Tyrol); Hrušica (Slovenia); Resia (Friuli); Naoussa (Greece). Speakers Giovanni Kezich, Antonella Mott, Michele Trentini (www.carnivalkingofeurope.it)
10.00 – Sala Fondazione cassa di Risparmio di Trento e Rovereto (via Garibaldi 33 – Trento)

EURORAMA 11.2 Stories of women – stories of migrants – Cinema Modena, viale San Francesco d’Assisi, 6 – Trento

3.15 pm

DAYS OF ETHNOGRAPHIC FILM 2017, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Hotel Splendid, by Mauro Bucci, Italy, 2016, 90′

5.15 pm

ETHNOCINECA 2016, Vienna, Austria – Excellence in Visual Anthropology Award
Bintu, by Simone Catharina Gaul, DOMAR Film & Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg, Germany, 2015, 64′

BEELD VOR BEELD 2016, Amsterdam, Netherlands
The Island of All Together, by Philip Brink e Marieke van der Velden, Netherlands, 2016, 23′

7.15 pm

RAI INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF ETHNOGRAPHIC FILM 2015, Bristol, England – Basil Wright Film Prize
Sepideh: Reaching for the stars, by Berit Madsen, Radiator Film ApS, Denmark, 2013, 90′

21.15 pm

XXV INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF ETHNOLOGICAL FILM 2016, Belgrade, Serbia – Grand Prix “Dragoslav Antonijević”
District zero, by Pablo Iraburu, Jorge Fernandez Mayoral, Pablo Tosco; Itziar García Zubiri, Oxfam & Echo, Spain, 2015, 67′

NORDIC ANTHROPOLOGICAL FILM ASSOCIATION FESTIVAL 2016, Bergen, Norway
Women in sink, by Iris Zaki, England/Israel, 2015, 36′

Films of this edition