Δευτέρα, 29 Ιουνίου 2015


" Sam Roma - We are Gypsies" @ Russian Anthropological Film Festival 




PROGRAMME RFAF AND CINEMANTHROP 2015
2-5 July 2015
CK "Ural" (Ekaterinburg, Studencheskaya Str., 3)
 
Opening (2 July, 19.00-21.00)
1. The Story of Forgotten Nation / История забытого народа (2014, 26 min., Albert Samoilov, Russia)
2. The Ruler / Государь  (2015, 53 min., Shengeli Shalva, Georgia)

21.00
Buffet

3 July, 19.00 – 22.00
1. Great Siberian Rivers. Biryusa / Великие реки Сибири. Бирюса (2014, 29 min., реж. Pavel Fattahutdinov и Svetlana Bobrova, Russia)
2. Melting Island / Тающий остров (2013, 26 min., Fariz Ahmedov, Azerbaijan)
3. A Passenger Stream / Пассажиропоток (2014, 30 min., Anna Dranitsina, Russia)
4. 11 Images of a Human / 11 изображений человека (2012, 80 min., Markku Lehmuskallio,
Anastasia Lapsui, Finland)
 
4 July, 19.00 – 22.00

CinemaAnthrop:

15.00 – 17.00
1. The Good Day / Хороший день (2014, 31 min., Clara Cleininger, Poland)
2. Uzbek pilaf / Узбекский плов (2014, 13 min., Ilia Zheltyakov, Russia)
3. Kjal-Kele / Кял-Келе (2014, 19 min., Elena Poroshina, Russia)
4. Bikini / Бикини (2014, 20 min., Marina Nefedova, Russia)
5. La Vie du Rail – A railway line in Mali as transitory space / Железная дорога в Мали как переходное пространство (2013, 15 min., Anna Lisa Ramella, Germany)
6. Lost Land / Потерянная земля (2015, 20 min., Daria Fedyaeva, Russia)
  
17.00 – 18.00
Discussion “Visual anthropology and ethnofilm”
 
19.00 – 22.00
1. Dreams from the Other Seaside / Сны с того берега (2014, 23 min., Anatoly Dobraykov, Russia)
2. Sam Roma. We are Gypsies / Сэм Рома: Мы цыгане (2014, 39 min., Marina Danezi, Greece)
3. Kosma / Косма (2013, 75 min., Sonja Blagoevic, Serbia)
4. The Wolfhound / Волкодав (2014, 44 min., Sergei Yastrzhembsky, Russia)
 
5 July

19.00 – 20.00
Closing Ceremony

20.00
Banquet

" Sam Roma - We are Gypsies " a doc film by Marina Danezi

produced by Nicholas Triandafyllidis
director of photography Christos Sarris
editor Giorgos Zafeiris
sound Kostas Koutelidakis , Giannis Antupas
music Kostis Zouliatis , Sam Roma
mixage Dimitris Mugiakis
color correction Claudio Bolivar
with the support : Greek Film Center , Byzanteum Museum , E.U.

Roma people are peculiar, and their identity is lost somewhere in between the past and their roaming through the land. From India to Egypt and from Sweden to Britain the Wandering Kings of the Road are a steady part of human geography, sometimes living slighlty outside the law and social acceptance.
Greek Roma people love dancing and singing and know how to throw parties and fairs. They fall in love, they elope and they get married; their families are big and they practice their customs and respect their tradition. They are merchants and farmers, and their wives claim they are specialists in tarot card reading and palm reading. Survival is an everyday challenge for them, and they claim that “people who live on the streets learn more than those who go to school”.
The lack of education forces them to use their brains more, but it also is responsible for them enticing into breaking the law: law breaking is getting worse, due to recession and the goverments' indifference to their problems. Still, Roma people manage to stay fiery and proud.
By travelling to their neughbourhoods and communities in Attica, Argolida and Ilia we succeeded in entering their previously inaccessible world and collecting interesting sociological data. Roma people welcomed us into their lives, keeping their heart warm and wide open.

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