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20 June 2015
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Results of selection 2015
9th RFAF Competition (short-list)

1st Informative Letter General info. RAFF&MREC Regulations RAFF 2011 (competition) Forum MREC 2011 Entry Form for RAFF Organizers Jury Competition Retrospctive. Göttingen Retrospective. EURORAMA CATALOGUE


EURORAMA: One Europe of peoples in Ethnographic film festivals

Eurorama, the film show organized by the Museo degli Usi e Costumi della Gente Trentina (Ethnographic Museum of Trentino) in collaboration with the Trento Film Festival, offers in
a single venue the best of ethnographic documentaries on Europe, by selecting all winners and some of the best runners-up from ethnographic film festivals all over Europe. Since
2007 EURORAMA is thus a roundup of ethnographic documentaries of extraordinary quality,
a long voyage from one end of the continent to the other. EURORAMA puts forward Trento International Film Festival as a central meeting point for a discussion of important social and
cultural themes, following the alert, yet shrewd and unconventional eye of ethnographic film.












Ingeborg Jansen
Was born in 1965 in Amsterdam, studied theatre and film at the University of
Amsterdam and documentary film and editing at the Dutch Film and TV Academy.
She received several awards for her documentaries.

On the left bank of the Scheldt, a block of high-rise flats is towering on its surroundings.
The people of Antwerp have named it the “Chicago block” and perceive it as
a place to avoid. Belgians of modest means live here next door to immigrants,
representing over 35 nationalities on 26 storeys. The camera is set up in the lift
of this concrete beehive, catching the occupants as they pass by.
65', 2008, Nederlands
Director Ingeborg Jansen
Harbour Productions


Katrine Philip
Was born in 1978 in Denmark. Former dancer and choreographer, she has a degree in
documentary direction at the National Danish Film School in 2009 and in film production design
at the Danish Design School in 2003.

Miri lives on her own in a suburb of Linköping, Sweden. She works as a librarian.
Every day she writes a personal blog. She takes photographs of herself
and uploads them onto the internet. She writes about the life she leads
and shares her thoughts with the world surrounding her.
“Book of Miri” is a film about searching for identity.
29', 2009, Sweden, Denmark
Director Katrine Philip









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