Bahamas, 2012, 30 min
Marjorie is a descendent of Haitian immigrants living in Bahamas. All her life is faced with who she is, who has to be and what she feels by herself.
Andrew Turley recent MA graduate of Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology, University of Manchester.
Director: Andrew Turley
Production: Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology
Language of dialogues:English and Haithian Creole
Language of subtitles: English, Czech
ČR, 2012, 7 min
René Starhon & Kristýna Fendrychová
Who isn’t from circus community is called „chrapoun“.. The visit in family Kaiser reveals some aspects of life of circus community which can still represent for us something strange, unknown but also attractive. This short film focuses mainly on language specificity which is also connected with a problem of differentiation of circus community and with a question about intergenerational translation of circus slang.
Director: René Starhon & Kristýna Fendrychová
Production: René Starhon & Kristýna Fendrychová
Language of dialogues:Czech
Language of subtitles: -
UK, 2012, 45 min
Film reflection of the possibilities of using ethnofiction as an anthropological method during research of Brazilian transgendered communities in Sau Paulo.