Five Ways In
What concepts and areas of anthropology can best do justice to the transformative impacts of CI and the other research themes that emerged from the process of filming and feedback? How can the research value of this documentary be best argued in relation to current social and visual anthropology?
Our London thank you premiere took place in K5 Studios in London on the 23rd November 2014 thanks to the wonderful hospitality of Daniel Hernandez and the K5 Artists Community. K5 is a non-commercial, privately owned and run studio space in North London. We had a full programme for the day starting with a mini-workshop with Alyssa and Sonja that drew on some of the themes of the film. A jam followed, which for many was an ideal preparation for the screening. After the screening we shared food and shared our impressions… Read More
‘This film is radiant and perceptive and pleasurable to watch. It achieves a rich and reflexive multivocality. Through a series of uniquely reflexive vignettes, from a Hawaiian political activist to Swedish biodynamic gardener, the filmmakers weave a narrative that foregrounds the inextricable bond between individual knowledge, experience and bodily intelligence.’ (Richards, J. 2014. Review of Five Ways In) The first review of ‘Five Ways In’ was written by third year anthropology student, Jade Richards, at the University of Kent for one of the assessments for the Visual Anthropology Theory course I… Read More
We launched our documentary to a packed cinema in Freiburg on the 9th November. Given the emergent theme of the documentary on ‘community’ it was doubly appropriate we should show it at KOKI, a community cinema with a history going back to 1972. We had a full evening event with introduction, Q and A and then dancing and discussion. Florian Fromm from KOKI opened the Q and A with a question about how many beginners actually go to Freiburg. As someone with little knowledge of CI he could most easily identify… Read More