The Sixth Anthropological Film Festival at The Jerusalem Cinematheque is on its way (November 28–30, 2017) and we are now open for entries.
We welcome submissions of documentary films made by anthropologists, students, and professional filmmakers; we welcome films at least 45 minutes long all varieties and styles of filmmaking.
The Festival selects films that document and explore human societies and cultures in their many facets, such as, social and cultural diversity, continuity and change, and relationships with the environments, to name a few.
Send your submissions via online screener (secure Vimeo link) to Nurit Kedar at firstname.lastname@example.org by June 30. Submissions must have been produced in 2016–2017.
The festival is a joint project of the Jerusalem Cinematheque-Israel Film Archive and the Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.