Category Archives: Ethnographic film

New documentary on faith, resilience and change in the Himalayas

Greetings from the Pennines! I am delighted to say that my long-awaited Himalayan ethnographic documentary, co-directed by the brilliant Ross Harrison, is now available for free viewing on facingthemountain.com. Set in the sacred valley of Kedarnath in India’s lofty Garhwal Himalayas, Facing the

New documentary on faith, resilience and change in the Himalayas

Greetings from the Pennines! I am delighted to say that my long-awaited Himalayan ethnographic documentary, co-directed by the brilliant Ross Harrison, is now available for free viewing on facingthemountain.com. Set in the sacred valley of Kedarnath in India’s lofty Garhwal Himalayas, Facing the

Ethnographic films by anthropology students from Heidelberg

Ethnographic film has since long its place in the field of Anthropology. Heidelberg is no exception to this, where every list for a course on ethnographic filmmaking is usually complete long before the semester starts. Five films produced in 2012

Ethnographic films by anthropology students from Heidelberg

Ethnographic film has since long its place in the field of Anthropology. Heidelberg is no exception to this, where every list for a course on ethnographic filmmaking is usually complete long before the semester starts. Five films produced in 2012