Our Open Call has officially ended—thank you to all the filmmakers who sent in their anthropological works! We’re so excited to hunker down and review all the submissions for our upcoming programme. As stated before, we will be notifying filmmakers of their selection status by January 11th, 2021. In the meantime, some more news from…… Continue reading Submissions for Sjón 2021 closed—What Next?
This year has been strange, to say the least.Tragic and transformative, yes. But also illuminating about all the connections between our actions and their consequences on the world (both human and not). As anthropologists, we have been observing the dramatic changes around the world. As festival organisers, we’ve been waiting and holding our breath, as…… Continue reading ⏰ Sjón 2020 becomes Sjón 2021
The Sjón team is looking for mates for the production of our 2020 edition.
In addition to our ethnographic screenings, we also devote a great deal of our festival program to guests that can engage our audiences in more direct ways. Anthropologists, performers and artists come together to create interactive performances and workshops that trigger the senses and extend the scope of anthropology beyond the walls of academia. Here…… Continue reading Sonance 2019 || Workshops & Performances
As a festival kick-off, we are hosting a screening at Amazônia Cocktails and Kitchen on February 23rd, at 5pm. The screening space is limited to 50 seats, so come early. You can also reserve a seat (and table) by sending a message to email@example.com or calling (+45) 42 70 48 46. More info on the…… Continue reading Screening: Ara Pyau – The Guarani Spring (BR)
https://vimeo.com/185237128 He left Denmark for Fidel, and stayed in Cuba for his daughter. A portrait documentary about a Danish man living in Cuba. The film is about feeling at home, or not. About Danishness and the Cuban spirit. About having hopes for your daughter, and for a better society. Come for a heartwarming screening of…… Continue reading Screening: Coming home – a film of Henrik, Linn and Fidel
We’re so excited to be partnering up with Everyday and taking over their CPH:DOX 2018 Living Room for ONE hour this Saturday night! The plan for this penultimate evening in the Living Room is to run a workshop-based speedy-intro to visual anthropology, between 20-21, so be sure to drop by as:☉ we will be sharing…… Continue reading Workshop: Anthropologist with a Smartphone