Director, Producer, Cinematographer, Editor Lucia Small is known for her boundary-pushing, first person non-fiction work, tackling gender, class, race and filmmaking ethics. She co-wrote “Cross-Cultural Filmmaking: A Handbook for Making Documentary and Ethnographic Films and Video” (1997), and “The Cinema of Robert Gardner” (2007). “To Make Their Own Way in the World: The Enduring Legacy of the Zealy Daguerreotypes,” edited by Ilisa Barbash, Molly Rogers and Deborah Willis, convenes a group of scholars of slavery, American history, memory, photography and science. Their aim is to tell “more fully the complex story of … Shot over three years, and told from the point-of-view of articulate, motivated teenagers, Against Goliath’s 3-Act story follows the journey of a group of first year of debaters, aka “novices,”, as they discover the power of their voices and become the new team leaders on their nationally-ranked public high school “Public Forum” debate team ¬– Newton South of Newton, Massachusetts. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Barbash Ilisa-To Make Their Own Way In The W HBOOK NEW at the best online prices at eBay! SWEETGRASS premiered at the Berlinale and NYFF, and was a best documentary nominee for two Independent Spirit, Gotham, IDA and two Cinema Eye Awards. Ilisa Barbash & Lucien Castaing-Taylor, 101 min, 35mm. She made the films In and Out of Africa (1992), about authenticity and taste in the transnational trade in African art, and Sweetgrass (2009), about contemporary sheep ranching in Montana (with Lucien Castaing-Taylor.) Together they co-wrote Cross-cultural Filmmaking: A Handbook for Making Documentary and Ethnographic Films and Video, and co-edited The Cinema of Robert Gardner. Looking for a slightly scary movie to watch this Halloween? Plus, free two-day shipping for six months when you sign up for Amazon Prime for Students. Her most recent project is the book, Where the Roads All End (2015) about the Marshall Family Photographic Collection and the visual representation of the Ju/'hoansi in 1950s Namibia. Barbash’s book, “Where the Roads All End: Photography and Anthropology in the Kalahari” (2016) was awarded the Society for Visual Anthropology prize for best book about anthropology and photography.
See full bio » Ilisa Barbash: Harvard’s Peabody Museum Curator of Visual Anthropology, Co-Director, Co-Producer, Second Camera Ilisa Barbash co-directed/produced IN AND OUT OF AFRICA (1992, ZDF-Arte 1995) and SWEETGRASS (2009, POV 2011). Statistics reveal debate is male dominated with more boys debating overall, and a disproportion number of them winning rounds and championships. Lisa (Ilisa) Barbash is Curator of Visual Anthropology at Harvard's Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology where she makes films, and writes books and curates exhibitions about photography. To Make Their Own Way in the World: The Enduring Legacy of the Zealy Daguerreotypes [Barbash, Ilisa, Rogers, Molly, Willis, Deborah, Gates Jr., Henry Louis, Weems, Carrie Mae] on Amazon.com. Barbash is the author of Where the Roads All End: Photography and Anthropology in the Kalahari (2016), which was awarded the John Collier Jr. Award for Still Photography. Ilisa Barbash is a director and editor, known for Sweetgrass (2009), P.O.V. Check out our picks for movies that (hopefully) won't keep you up at night. Choose an adventure below and discover your next favorite movie or TV show. Ilisa Barbash: Harvard’s Peabody Museum Curator of Visual Anthropology, Co-Director, Co-Producer, Second Camera Ilisa Barbash co-directed/produced IN AND OUT OF AFRICA (1992, ZDF-Arte 1995) and SWEETGRASS (2009, POV 2011). ONE CUT, ONE LIFE (2014), workshopped at the Sundance Institute Documentary Story and Edit Labs, Full Frame Documentary Film Festival and opened theatrically (First Run Features) to multiple critics’ picks. Ilisa Barbash is curator of visual anthropology at Harvard University’s Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology. Her next two films were both supported by the Sundance Institute and premiered at the prestigious New York Film Festival. Produced by Ilisa Barbash Recorded by Lucien Castaing-Taylor Sound Editing and Mix / Ernst Karel Colorist / Patrick Lindenmaier 101 min, 35mm, 2009 New Yorker, Movies' Pick 2010 New York Times, Critics' Pick 2010 Village Voice, Film Pick 2010 Washington Post, Critics' Pick 2010 Best Feature, 2010 Play-Doc Festival, Spain

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We have completed more than 65 percent of principal shooting and will shoot the 2017-2018 debate season. We have begun editing scenes and plan to have a rough cut by summer 2018. She is codirector of the films In and Out of Africa (1992) and Sweetgrass (2009). Up to 90% off Textbooks at Amazon Canada. Through Focusing on the Newton South girls’ experience of Newton South, in relationship to boys, we begin to learn understand why and how many diverse voices remain in the margins of not only in high school debate but also on the national stage. Lisa (Ilisa) Barbash is Curator of Visual Anthropology at Harvard's Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology where she makes films, and writes books and curates exhibitions about photography.


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