In cooperation with the ethnography film festival An/Ver-Wandlungen the Grassi Leipzig Ethnography Museum is hosting it’s own film festival: Ethnologische Filmtage im GRASSI
Running from December 1st until December 6th the complete programme features a dozen film – 3 in the GRASSI museum and 9 in the LuRu-Kino in the Baumwollspinnerei. In addition on Sunday December 4th there will be a discussion on visual anthropology in conjunction with the AG Visuelle Anthropologie Halle
The season opens on Thursday December 1st with “Die Stämme von Köln” a documentary film from Anja Dreschke which follows the circa 80 groups in Cologne who passionately live and re-create the lifestyles and cultures of “foreign ” tribes be they Vikings, Huns or Native American Indians.
Following the screening Anja Dreschke will be present for a discussion on the film and the topics raised.
The Ethnologische Filmtage im GRASSI then continues on Friday December 2nd with “As long as the Mines whistle, the Crops will dance” by Marie Devuyst and “The Golden Beach” by Hasse Wester
Full details of all films, times and prices can be found at http://an-ver-wandlungen.de/