Three questions

Why are virtually no scholars filmmakers?   What is different in how texts and films tell the world?   What new challenges does the visual/digital age pose humanistic research?

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Kampala´s multiple ciné-eyes

This is a multi-sited and multi-authored production that engages with the working methods of Jean Rouch´s participatory ciné-ethnography and Fredrick Wiseman’s construction of sequences, to explore local realities and infrastructures of sanitation in Kampala the …

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Provincialising Malfeasance

This film in progress is a poem or an essay with the aim to theorise what “translation” and “provincialisation” from postcolonial studies mean when taken into a filmic, cinematic register. The film can be considered …

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One Table Two Elephants

One Table Two Elephants (2018, 84 minutes) is a film about bushmen bboys, a flower kingdom and the ghost of a princess. Entering the city through its plants and wetlands, the many-layered, painful and liberating history …

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