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Women of Sfakia and Other Stories (documentary)

by Gerrit » 22 Apr 2019, 13:20

Women of Sfakia and Other Stories
Last week I found this EXCELLENT short 30 minute Sfakian documentary on youtube.
The film is composed of the narratives of different women from the area of Sfakia in western Crete, focusing on their experiences of place in an effort to understand the social issue of female migration pertinent in the area.

Watch the video here

More info about this film on
https://www.ethnofest.gr/film/women-of- ... r-stories/

Through its chronological approach – from older to young – it tries to shed some light on the changes in gender relations following the economic and social changes the area has been undergoing in recent decades, strongly affected by the growth of the tourist industry.

Ioanna Manoussaki Adamopoulou
Ioanna Manoussaki-Adamopoulou has studied Social Anthropology at Panteio University and Visual Anthropology at Goldsmiths, University of London. She has worked with Fairtrade U.K., Escape Artists Charity, Penrose Housing Association and Eastside Community Heritage in the production of audiovisual work, as well as in other independent documentary productions. She has taught film and has worked closely with different social groups on the moving image, including ex-offenders with mental health disorders, young people with disabilities and the homeless.

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Re: Women of Sfakia and Other Stories (documentary)

by kiki » 22 Apr 2019, 17:50

Very interesting documentary, thanks a lot!

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Re: Women of Sfakia and Other Stories (documentary)

by GiorgioXT » 03 Jun 2019, 21:31

Very interesting and well made
It’s curious how the situation is so similar to that of small villages in Italy ‘s mountains , the only difference that also young men goes away to find work with entire villages semi-abandoned

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