Showing 1 - 10 of 32 titles with a criteria of Subject is Visual Anthropology
Documents the story of Native-led defiance of construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline that has forever changed the fight for clean water, our environment and the future of our planet. The film asks: 'Are you ready to join the fight?' This title has one or more clips.
Bullfrog Films | 2017 | 89 minutes
BLOWBACK is a dynamic exploration of the representation of the wars in Iraq (2003-2011) and Afghanistan (2001-2021) in world cinema which argues that films function as resonant cultural artifacts that shape how the conflicts come to be understood and remembered by audiences at the time, and those of generations to come.
Bullfrog Films | 2019 | 30 minutes
The life and work of legendary director Robert Flaherty ('Nanook of the North'), the 'father of documentary.' This title has one or more clips.
Icarus Films | 2011 | 84 minutes
Jon Reiss and his crew travel to Asia, Australia, the Middle East and beyond, exploring the local graffiti scenes and artists. Follow-up to the groundbreaking street art documentary Bomb It!.
Collective Eye Films | 2010 | 83 minutes
Tells the story of contemporary graffiti, tracing its roots in ancient rock paintings through Picasso to its place in hip-hop culture in 1970's New York City.
Collective Eye Films | 2007 | 93 minutes
A vivid portrait of Central American immigrants who disappear along the trail running from southern Mexico to the US border, exposing a global migration system that renders human beings invisible in life, as well as in death.
Bullfrog Films | 2020 | 82 minutes
Explores the same women's and men's reactions to the groundbreaking film, THELMA and LOUISE, 25 years ago and today.
Bullfrog Films | 2019 | 86 minutes
An in-depth portrait of Edward S. Curtis, the preeminent photographer of North American Indians.
Bullfrog Films | 2000 | 84 minutes
Bringing to light the interconnected nature of social and environmental issues
GOOD DOCS | 2019 | 82 minutes
The paintings and drawings of the Chauvet cave – made 36,000 years ago and discovered 20 years ago in the south of France – are the oldest human artistic expression to date. Their strength and modernity changed radically all the ideas we had on prehistorical art.
Andana Films | 2015 | 52 minutes