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WOULD YOU LIKE TO JOIN OUR GLOBAL CURATORIAL COMMUNITY OF ACTION?



ETHNOKINO HARVESTS A GLOBAL MOVIEMENT


Film festivals are vibrant celebrations of cinematic artistry that serve as platforms for contemporary filmmaking and play a crucial role in preserving and sharing cultural heritage.


EthnoKino film festival, an applied multimodal anthropology initiative, dedicated to visionaries and pioneering storytellers across the world, identifies itself as an international action community of practice, working towards systemic change.Through the launching of a new training initiative Doc Impact Lab that fosters a global learning pedagogy for Mov(i)ement fellows, the film festival takes place in various heritage sites in Bern, Berlin, Mexico City, Patagonia and Cappadocia claiming to ignite a movement towards a visionary multimodal anthropology.

 

While the film festival and the training programme promotes innovation and artistic dialogue, at the heart of this exploration is the recognition that film festivals can be dynamic showcases of diverse cinematic traditions of fiction and non-fiction. By curating diverse programming, championing cinematic preservation, and fostering interdisciplinary dialogue, these events not only celebrate the richness of our shared cultural heritages but also inspire future generations of filmmakers to contribute to it. 


Through panel discussions, roundtables, masterclasses, Q&As workshops, and networking opportunities, the festival facilitate the exchange of ideas and knowledge, nurturing a vibrant community of cinephiles dedicated to preserving and advancing the legacy of the transformative power of cinema.


While it offers audiences a multifaceted lens through which to engage with the rich tapestry of global filmmaking, these events curate selections of films spanning genres, eras, and geographical regions, from avant-garde experiments to classic masterpieces. They serve as living repositories of cultural expression, social memory, reinvigorating timeless narratives and introducing audiences to new voices and perspectives by spotlighting films at risk of obscurity or neglect, or by amplifying the voices of marginalized filmmakers to shine a light in troubled times.


Would you like to join the global curatorial community of action, contact us! we'd love to hear from you!


Poster Image: Harvest of water lilies.


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