The Archaeology Channel
International Film and Video Festival
McDonald Theatre, Eugene, Oregon, USA
July 16-19, 2003
Exploring the human cultural legacy on screen!
Four days of juried films and videos on archaeological and indigenous topics:
Wednesday evening, July 16
Thursday evening, July 17
Friday evening, July 18
Saturday morning and afternoon, July 19
To exhibit for our audience the wonderful diversity of human cultures past and present in the exploration of our place in history and in our world. To promote the genre and the makers of film and video productions about archaeology and indigenous peoples.
Films Selected for Screening Include:
- Atapuerca (Spain) Madrid Scientific Films
- Cave of the Glowing Skulls (USA) Dean Love Productions
- Chaco (USA) Camera One
- Damming the Euphrates (Turkey) Ajans 21
- The Dawn of Man (Germany) Tangram
- Etnias (Peru) Teleandes Producciones
- Galley of the Gods (Germany) Bibo TV
- Ground Zero/Sacred Ground (USA) Karen Aqua
- Hand Made: Three Stories from Guatemala (Guatemala) Ryan Polomski
- The House of Hermogenes (Greece) Foundation of the Hellenic World
- In Pursuit of Lost Time (Turkey) Ajans 21
- A Kalahari Family, Part 2: End of the Road (USA) Kalfam Productions; John Marshall, Lorna Marshall
- A Kalahari Family, Part 5: Death by Myth (USA) Kalfam Productions; John Marshall, Lorna Marshall
- The Last Days of Zeugma (France) Gedeon Programmes
- The Lost Memory of Easter Island (France) Gedeon Programmes
- Return to Belaye (USA) Yellow Cat Productions
- Searching for the Great Hopewell Road (USA) Pangea Productions, Ltd.
- Socotra: The Island of the Phoenix (Belgium) Axell Communication
- Treading the Paths of Time (Italy) Generali Group
- WPA Archaeology: Legacy of an Era (USA) Pangea Productions, Ltd.
Keynote Speaker (Wednesday Evening):
Jean Clottes, Ph.D. , the world's leading expert on prehistoric rock art, former president and current Honorary President of the Société Préhistorique Française, who is widely known for his research and management work at the spectacular Chauvet Cave, site of the oldest known European cave art. More about Jean Clottes . . .
Keynote Speaker (Saturday Evening):
Brian Fagan, Ph.D., from UC Santa Barbara, one of the world's leading archaeological writers, serves as archaeological consultant to National Geographic Society, Time/Life, Encyclopedia Britannica, Microsoft Encarta, Time/Life Television's Lost Civilizations, and a National Geographic Television series called Treasure . More about Brian Fagan . . .
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