06 Nov - 06 Dec 2015
2:30 - 11pm
Musée de l'Homme
17 Place du Trocadéro
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The 34th Festival will be held in an attempt to see the world differently and think about the future of humanity via screenings of the winning films this year.
INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL JEAN ROUCH, organized by the Ethnographic Film Committee, will be held again at the "Musée de L'Homme," completely renovated, and the "Musée du Quai Branly", at INALCO and at EHESS from November 6 to 6 December 2015. This unique event is dedicated to the world's documentaries relating to human societies, their social and cultural realities, and their relationships to the environment.
The 34th edition consists of an international competition, master classes, special sessions, a commemoration to ethnological documentary film-making and more. The festival this year is sponsored by anthropologist Francoise Heritier writer and screenwriter Jean-Claude Carrière. Every autumn, for 34 years, the event has invited the public to reflect on the state of the world and offers in the words of its founder Jean Rouch: "The windows open on a frozen world, but not animated by the magic of cinema." A place of exchange, where the cinema is associated with anthopologie- the International Festival
So many ideas to question, share and debate, exploring the vast world of cinema and our diversity of human societies.
ALL SESSIONS ARE FREE ACCESS TO THE LIMIT OF AVAILABLE PLACES.