The Fourth Middle East and Central Eurasia Ethnographic Film and Media Program
The Fourth Middle East and Central Eurasia Ethnographic Film and Media Program (AMCE) of the European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA) will take place during the First International Biennial Conference and Graduate Workshop on The Persianate World and Central Eurasia at the Oklahoma State University (21-24 February, 2018). All students, anthropologists, sociologists, documentary filmmakers and media artists are welcome to participate in this program by submitting ethnographic videos, films (including online and cell phone styles, short and feature-length films) as well as interactive media (websites, hyperlinked documents, etc.)
The main focus for this year’s program will be on ‘The Persianate World and Central Eurasia’. However, other topics are more than welcome.
Films and other materials submitted for the program should be submitted online or as DVD preview copies, accompanied by a synopsis, a 10-line description and technical data, no later than 30 October 2017
Delivery and return policies
- All entries submitted must have received their first public screening on or after 1 January 2017.
- All participants must cover all costs related to the delivery of preview and screening copies. We will not return the preview and screening copies.
- All entries should be sent to: Dr. P. Khosronejad, School of International Studies, 201 Wes Watkins Center, Stillwater, Oklahoma 74078
- Contact e-mail: Pedram.Khosronejad@okstate.edu
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