Past events

Damiana Kryygi
Wednesday 17 February 2016, 01:00pm
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Ethnographic Film Series

Organised by SOAS Department of Anthropology & Sociology in conjunction with Royal Anthropological Institute

Wednesday 17 February 1pm, Khalili Lecture Theatre, Lower Ground Floor, Main Building, SOAS

Damiana Kryygi, Alejandro Fernández Mouján, 2015, 96 mins

Paraguay, 1896. A three year-old girl is captured by settlers after they had massacred of a group of Aché indigenous people in the jungle. A hundred years later her remains are found in Argentina and Germany and returned to the Aché. The film tries to restore a history and a name to the small captive who died of tuberculosis in a mental institute at the age of 14.  The film won Best Film at the Society for Visual Anthropology’s 2015 Film and Media festival (SVAFMF) at the AAA in 2015.

For further information on the films please contact: RAI Film Officer, Caterina Sartori, film@therai.org.uk

All are welcome, booking not required.

Location 4