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Inshore Fishing in Lau: the role of the narrator in ethnographic film

I began watching this film because I was interested in what one of Fiji’s main industries might be and how an underdeveloped nation produces sustenance. However, once I began watching, what surprised me was the narrator. Here the narrator is American, and although I have not been able to find out any information about the … Continue reading

Poison and Antidote: Looking into Violence in Colombia. Exploring the mini-doc genre

It is a given that ethnographic film is a genre which tells stories about community, society and people. Through doing this, societal issues may come to be addressed, and in this blog I have previously looked at films which address issues of racism, alcoholism and poverty among others. However, I do not believe that it … Continue reading