Two awards for the Arana at the Jean Rouch International Film Festival in Paris.

Have You Seen the Arana? has been awarded the Prize “MONDE EN REGARDS” by INALCO Jury of the 32nd Jean Rouch International Film Festival
Citation: “For its anthropological relevance as it traces the impact of economic changes on nature and society, while interweaving an original myth of the place.”

The International Jury of the Festival awarded a Special Mention, the Anthropology and Sustainable Development Prize, with the following citation “A film of great aesthetic quality, that makes us consider the fragility of oral-based knowledge about nature”

Parisians see the ‘Arana’ at two Int Film Festivals

Jean Rouch and Signes de Nuits Film Festivals

International Festival Signes de Nuit: Saturday, October 19, 2013, 8 pm, at Résidence Lucien Paye, Cité Universitaire de Paris.

Jean Rouch International Film Festival: Monday, 11th November, 5.30 pm, at the Maison des Cultures de Monde, 101 Boulevard Raspail, 75006 Paris.

The International Festival Signes De Nuit based in Paris is made up of films, which reflects new views, original imagery and critical approach to the crucial points of the modern human existence. It is a place for cinema that expands its own boundaries, that is astonishing, different, potentially free from the pressure of tradition, ready to give itself to the unpredictable experimentation.

Jean Rouch International Film Festival selects documentary films of anthropological interest that explore the social and cultural continuity and change of human societies, as well as their relationship with the environment.