News of my film’s first language translation outside of the United States came as a warm surprise earlier this week. Screening at the Eyes and Lenses ethnographic film review in Warsaw on June 10th, Ghost Tape #10 will accompany of a program of films “shot by anthropologists with film intent and by filmmakers with ethnographic sensitivity.” I’m honored by the opportunity to share my work with a Polish audience thanks to the "Ethno" Scientific Club of the Institute of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology of the University of Warsaw, and one translator in particular, who wishes to remain anonymous. To you, I humbly thank you for your labor and attention to detail!
About the festival: “In the over 10-year history of the review, we have shown several hundred films . Among them were the classics of the ethnographic film (Jean Rouch, Jacek Olędzki ...), and the latest films shot both by ethnographers grabbing the camera and filmmakers endowed with ethnographic imagination. We try to make every next edition surprise our viewers.” (From Eyes and Lenses)
2019 screening will take place at the SŁUŻEW CULTURE CENTER - Warsaw, Poland, June 7th-10th.