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Visual Anthropology Shorts Programme - Kinofilm 2018

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Niamos Radical Arts & Centre

Warwick Street

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A selection of recent short films from the MA students in Visual Anthropology that will take us into the social and cultural lives of people from around the world. For the last thirty years, The Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology at the University of Manchester has been widely recognised as the world’s leading centre for Visual Anthropology. Its MA graduates have produced more than 500 films as well as media projects using photography and sound that have been seen around the world, regularly shown at international festivals and displayed in galleries. Granada Centre graduates work in a wide range of academic, professional and media positions, including university professorships, working for the UN and directing documentaries and television series for the BBC, ITV, C4, Al Jazeera and Netflix and include BAFTA, OSCAR, RTS and Grierson winners among their number.

Tuesday 27th November at 2–3:30pm

NIAMOS Sc.2, Chichester Street, Warwick St, Manchester M15 5EU


About Love in a Small Island

dir: Elaheh Habibi,

Iran, 26 min

Following the everyday life of a man and his two wives in Qeshm Island, Iran, the film tells the story of cohabitant of two women and one man after a love relationship dramatically changed their life. It is both a reflection on Muslim women’s condition, and an attempt to challenge common beliefs, myths and prejudices.


Da Hillsook Wedeen

dir: Hope Strickland

UK, 2018, 17 min

The film explores Shetland’s folklore story Da Hillsook Wedeen: A timeless tale unfolding from historical trauma forward through generations of women’s voices. What does it mean to be a woman left on the shore?


Emma's Carmen

Dir. Morven Oliver-Larkin

UK, 2018, 29 min

A film about the power of the stories we collectively tell. This documentary follows Emma, an opera director, as she struggles with how to refashion an old and beloved artwork in the wake of the #MeToo movement.


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