This video is an interview with Sarah Pink, Professor at RMIT and author of books such as 'Doing Visual Ethnography' and 'Doing Sensory Ethnography'. If you are interested in how to use visual ethnography as an aproach of filmmaking, then you will get some great notions on how to grasp this method. The topics we have asked Sarah Pink about is as following:
- Key principles
- Research and storytelling
- Most common mistakes
- Method and process
- Who is the audience?
- Sharing your work
- The future
Hope you will enjoy these tips!
The video is made by Dennis Haladyn and Thomas Legald at Roskilde University, Denmark - April 2015.
The remarkable true story of Darius McCollum, a man with Asperger’s syndrome, whose overwhelming love of transit has landed him in jail 32 times for impersonating New York City bus drivers and subway conductors and driving their routes.
Director: Mário Patrocinio
DOP: Pedro Patrocinio
Executive Producers: Coréon Dú + Sérgio neto
Original Soundtrack: Chico Neves e Pedro Dias Carneiro
Editors: Cláudia Silvestre, Quito Ribeiro and Ricardo Damásio
Sound Editor: Hugo Leitão
Sound Re-recording + Mix: Branko Leskov C.A.S. and Hugo Leitão
Colorist: Jennifer Mendes
Kuduro (literally ‘hard ass’) is an urban cultural movement that was born in Angola in the last decade of the Civil War.
Created in the discos and raves in downtown Luanda through a fusion between House and Techno beats and traditional Angolan rhythms, Kuduro spilled over from the centre of the city to the suburbs. It rapidly spread throughout Angola, Africa and now all over the world.
Kuduro mixes dance, music and lifestyle, its lyrics take inspiration from the simple day-to-day things in life, and its culture is present a little here, there and everywhere - be that on a street corner, in a school, in a taxi or even a football stadium.
‘I LOVE KUDURO’ follows the most idolised stars of this urban phenomenon that today influences scores of young Africans, namely Bruno de Castro, Sebém, Nagrelha, Hochi Fu, Namayer, Tchobari, Titica, Francis Boy and Cabo Snoop, offering a unique view on the new generation of Angolan talent.