Gary Kildea Master Classes in Ethnographic Film (at ANU)

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Award-winning ethnographic film maker Gary Kildea [think Bugla Yunggu, Trobriand Cricket, Koriam’s Law among others] will be returning to the ANU during July-August to teach short intensive courses in the use of video camera for field research. The first course will be taught from July 2-13, the second one from July 23 – August 3 and the third one from August 6-17 if there is sufficient demand for it. The courses will meet on Monday, Wednesday and Friday of each week, with training exercises to work on in-between. A course may also be offered in video editing during August 20-31 if there is sufficient demand. The courses are open to any ANU staff or students without charge (limit of ten per course). To sign up please email Alan.Rumsey@anu.edu.au with your preference for video camera sessions and indicate if you would like to sign up for the editing course [watch an interview with Kildea at Cambridge University in 2006].

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One Response to Gary Kildea Master Classes in Ethnographic Film (at ANU)

  1. Stanley Dalby says:

    From: Michael Havas
    Sent: Thursday, January 23, 2014 10:26 AM
    To: dalbyhowell@optusnet.com.au
    Subject: Gary Kildea

    Hello Susan and Stanley

    Stan, do you think you could trace a contact to Gary Kildea at the Australian National University in Canberra? Two of my students have chosen TROBRIAND CRICKET for their thesis.

    Just a quick midnight note written in haste with warm regards

    Michael

    Patanka 2613/9

    160 00 Praha 6

    Czech Republic

    Cell Phone: +420 603 265 119

    Skype: michaelhavas

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