Student-based Film Projects
Students in their natural habitats
The short film "Students in their natural habitat" provides a satirical look into anthropology and fieldwork. The Indiana Jones cliché of anthropology as a media-driven quest for ‘foreign’ and ‘exotic’ adventures is delved into. The film’s central focus is a self-critical confrontation with exotisization and the explorer / discoverer spirit associated with the field.
Production: Merlin Pratsch and Bilge Alp Yildirim
Duration: 3 min
Through the day with students of cultural studies
Hippie pants, dreadlocks and club mate - the typical cultural studies student? An insight into the different everyday life of three students of the University of Bremen in the subject Cultural Studies.
A film by: Bengt-Magnus Meyer, Birte Nienke, Raissa van der Borst
Musik: Alexander Reuter (geschützt durch Creative Commons Lizenz)
Duration: 11 min
Students at the University of Namibia and Bremen University authored and produced three short films on the subject of "Post-Colonial Legacies" during a two-day Visual Storytelling Workshop in Windhoek, Namibia. The film explored how the colonial legacy impacts the everyday lives of participants. The participatory film workshop was led by Martin Gruber.
Production, Camerawork, Editing:
Tangeni Allan, Eben-Dean Broekstein, Inacia Chikoti, Quinn-Leigh Kusch, Dean Muhinda, Tare Mwakipesile, Namupa Nghixulifwa, Franziska Redeker, Bertha Shifeta, Elizabeth Shinana, Faith Ziunye
Duration: 13 min