International Festival of Ethnological Film began its life in 1992 with topics presenting mostly national TV production on folklore and customs of the Balkan people. Over the years the Festival shifted to wide variety of issues in cultural and social anthropology around the world. It strives is to foster research and creative approaches to ethnographic documentaries, to educate public and to raise voice addressing problems of contemporary society which often neglects values of cultural heritage. The Festival is yearly organized by the Ethnographic Museum in Belgrade and, from this year, its new Centre for Intangible Cultural Heritage. The event targets young people and academic population involved in social sciences and humanities, students and scholars in the art fields. It also endeavors to attract local communities cherishing their own cultural heritage.
Festival Awards include:
The International Jury may also deliver the following awards:
Documents and Other Requisite Items
A copy of the film on DVD, printed and signed entry form (only fully completed entry forms will be considered), and a CD with supporting materials are to be shipped via post mail
The accompanying documentation of the film can be sent via email in the form of separate attachments to the address:
It should be clearly indicated on the envelope that the copy is shipped for cultural purposes and has no commercial value.
Subtitles language: english
No premiere requirement
Jury and Organizers
Ethnographic Museum in Belgrade
For International Festival of Ethnological Film
Studentski trg 13, (PO Box 357)
11000 Belgrade, Serbia
Phone: +381 113 281 888
Fax: +381 113 282 944
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