3rd Annual

Ethnografilm

March 29, 2016 to April 03, 2016

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Louisiana address: LSU Stubbs 126 Sociology
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
French address:1 rue Miollis
Paris 75732
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Phone: 225-578-1645
Fax: 225-578-5102
shrum@lsu.edu
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OPEN CALL FOR ENTRIES • Select a Category of Entry to continue.

Academic Feature
This category is comprised of films made by academics, students, and educators.

Typically an academic, educator, or student (every age) plays a significant role (editor, producer, director) in the making of the movie.
Documentary Feature
The Documentary category includes films that are made by documentary filmmakers not affiliated with academic institutions.
Academic Short
This category is comprised of any nonfiction films made by academics, students, and educators

Typically an academic, educator, or student (every age) plays a significant role (editor, producer, director) in the making of the movie. Please contact us if there are any questions.
Documentary Short
All nonfiction films made by documentary filmmakers.

MISSION & OBJECTIVE

Ethnografilm accepts all non-fiction film genres, promoting the systematic understanding of the social world through film. The festival serves as a showcase and forum for dialog between independent and academic filmmakers. 

Marked by its contemporary relevance and broad intellectual range, the purpose of Ethnografilm is to understand society, culture, and social issues.

ABOUT THE FESTIVAL

For our third (2016) festival, Ethnografilm seeks to increase the number of student and first-film submissions, particularly short films.

We seek to promote audiovisual work that advances our understanding of "humans doing things, and/or not doing things, together." EF selections--short and feaure length films alike--will share the following characteristics: They might constitute a study of some aspect of human society. They may "tell a story" about human social actions, beliefs, or institutions, or current events. They may reflect the filmmaker's experience. They may offer a critical explanation of social life or culture.

Ethnografilm includes a unique "academic" category. An "academic" film is generally considered to be one with an academic or educator in a principal role (editor, director, producer). Please contact us if you have any questions.

Such films may arise from the use of various techniques, including but not limited to interviews, observation, animation, map-making, archival analysis, life histories, and standard documentary techniques. 

Directors of ethnographic films need not be academicians, but anyone with a careful observational perspective who seeks to illuminate social life, patterns or institutions. Accordingly, we accept films made by both ethnographers and filmmakers who help us to understand social life.

The festival is co-sponsored by the International Social Science Council (ISSC) and the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S). The University Film and Video Association is one of our principal collaborators, along with many documentary and ethnographic festivals throughout the world.

ORGANIZERS

Wesley Shrum

GENERAL RULES

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TERMS AND CONDITIONS

If your film is selected for the festival, *Ethnografilm* requests your permission to keep a copy for archival purposes and to use a brief exerpt for promoting the festival. We do not duplicate or sell these materials. The video and accompanying materials will be kept in the *Ethnografilm* library for viewing and statistical compilations by festival staff onsite. The submitter confirms that they have the right to submit this film and has obtained all necessary permissions, and that it does not infringe the rights of any third party.