For the past four years we have hosted semester-end screenings of the exceptional documentary work produced by CEU students in filmmaking courses supported by the CEU Library’s Mirabaud Media Lab, which are part of the curriculum of the advanced certificate program in Visual Theory and Practice. Please join us for this special event, our last screening at our Budapest campus, and our first (and hopefully last) to be hosted online. We will be presenting the work of the winter semester course Visual Anthropology and Ethnographic Filmmaking.
Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/96135770195
Meeting ID: 961 3577 0195
The screening will last about one hour and be followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers right after, which will be hosted on Zoom. Audience members are encouraged to join the Q&A to ask questions in person.
Title: "40-50 minutes"
Description: The image of a neighborhood under transition reflected in a laundry where people from different walks of life come, meet and go without really acknowledging each other.
Film by: Dóra Wéber
Title: Walking Exhibitions
Description: After 2 months of Ethnographic observation, the question ‘is tattoo art?’ still remains relevant and yet, as we found out, defining whether or not it is art is only the first step into the world of meaningfulness created by the tattoos.
Film by: Lilly Schlagnitweit, Gabriela de la Vega, Nukri Tabidze
Title: A Story about You and Others
Description: An intimate narrative of authenticity, resilience and societal alienation in which a single character is presented as an idiosyncratic persona layered with multiple identities and shrouded in an active everydayness of life and varied struggles.
Film by: Lishu Gang, Burcu Kısaç, Funmilayo Akinpelu
Title: "Disturbing Images"
Description: A story about the vegan activist movement «Anonymous for the voiceless» and the volunteer group «3ok» in Hungary, who organize different events promoting animal rights and create performances against animal violence.
Film by: Akhmedova Selem, Karpova Galina, Zaretckaia Evgeniia
Title: From a Distance
Description: Framed from an auto-ethnographic perspective, the film explores the day-to-day life in the city of Belgrade, Serbia during the COVID-19 lock-down.
Film by: Emilija Bošković
Description: This short video shows the social media reactions regarding the Romanian diaspora traveling home during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Film by: Stefan Voicu
Description: The film presents a countryside vocational school in Hungary and its students many of whom are socially deprived.
Runtime: 8 min
Film by: Áron J. Szászi, Livia Kósa
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