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Incorporating the RAI biennial Film Prize and the University of Kent Ethnographic Film Festival
Friday 8th - Sunday 10th November 1996


The International Festival of Ethnographic Film
is a biennial event organised by the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland (RAI). The Festival is peripatetic and in previous years has been held in London (1985), Manchester (1990 & 1992), and Canterbury (1994). It is based around the screening of films entered for the various RAI film prizes. It also generally features additional events such as seminars, workshops, special lectures, a video library, masterclasses, etc. This year it will again be held in Canterbury and will include the following highlights:

Main Events

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Film Prize Screenings

Parallel Screenings

Video Library

The Stirling Lecture

Conference of Filming Rainforest Peoples conference

Conference on Photography in Ethnographic Research and Representation

Exhibition: Photography in Anthropology

Conference on Television & Anthropology and the Anthropology of Television.

Workshop on Anthropology in Cyberspace (title to be confirmed)

Visual Anthropology inChinaWorkshop


Film Festival and Conference Registration

Accommodation Arrangements

Travel Arrangements

From Abroad

Festival Directors

Email Alan Bicker

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