民族志电影实践工作坊/Workshop: Ethnographic Film Practice
Ka Xiong | Laos
“This film will be an homage to our grandma who meant so much in our lives. We want to arrest time and make a small portrait of her now she is still with us and able to talk.The film is also a memento for the Hmong way of life that has stayed unchanged for many generation but is disappearing now.”—Ka Xiong
Memories of childhood
Maer Lanq |China
Remembering Childhood is attempts to explore the relationship between Ahka people’s childhood and traditional Ahka culture at 1980s. It is also about the memories that the Ahka painter Maer Lanq wants to keep.
But…Life Goes on
Nang Mhwe Ngin Seng Myanmar
In order to control the influence of the second wave of covid-19, Yangon, Myanmar's largest city, began to restrict urban traffic and public access. Nang Mhwe Ngin Seng, a filmmaker from Shan state, focuses on her life with her roommates during the blockade in Yangon….
This documentary is about a Young Monk from Shan state of Myanmar who has been living in Thailand for more than six or seven years. Being a monk makes his life easier. But he doesn’t know if he is going to be a monk his whole life…
Santiphap Inkong-ngam Thailand
Santiphap Inkong-ngam, a video and installation artist from northern Thailand, Since 2012 until now, he has been conducting ethnic cultural research and collected many videos and music in the vast mountainous areas of northern Thailand which is subsumed in the Zomia area by scholars…
Wife From Laos
I Han Phap | China
Cross border marriage has been widely existed in many frontier villages in Xishuangbanna. Yu Han, the wife of filmmaker I Han Phap’s elder cousin is a girl from Laos who married in Xishuangbanna. Thus I Han Phap made a documentary and try to understand her living conditions and inner thoughts.
Inherit the Ah Chi Mu Gua on Wheelchair
SI K Za | China
In the film, a group of Lisu folk musicians spent 10 years only to bring the most authentic Ah Chi Mu Gua back to life, and hand it back to the people. When the work is done, the crew returned to their homes with nothing but debts...
Zaw Lar | Myanmar
LISU's ethnic traditional cultural work for a living is Mountain Farming. Mountain Farming still exists even in this globalization era. But now a day, LISU farmers are facing difficulties getting a new land for Mountain Farming…
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