Words Become Images - from Oral Storytelling to the Big Screen
Anlässlich der BERLINALE 2015
Indigenous storytellers are sacred knowledge-keepers who have shaped and bound communities together through the spoken word. Today, Indigenous stories and storytelling live on – remembering, sustaining but also disrupting, subverting and constantly challenging the cruel voice of colonialism.
Film makers, NATIVe advisors and guests will explore the journey from oral tradition to the big screen.
Concepción Suárez Aguilar (Director „Koltavanej“), Sebastián Lingiardi (Director „Sip’ohi - El lugar del Manduré“), Åsa Simma (Dramaturgist and Script Development, International Sami Film Institute), Ingrid Kummels (Anthropologist, Freie Universität Berlin)
Moderation: Jason Ryle (Executive Director, imagineNATIVE Film and Media Arts Festival, Toronto)
Jason Ryle (Executive Director, imagineNATIVE Film and Media Arts Festival, Toronto)
Termin und Ort
Englisch / English