Cannibal Tours – PNG Film Screening Series, Aug 6

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“Cannibal Tours” by Dennis O’Rourke

PNG Film Screening Series – SCREENING PART THREE

THURSDAY 6TH AUGUST 2009, 6:00PM

Main Lecture Theatre, UPNG, Waigani Campus

Featuring Q&A with special guest: Dr Nicholas Garnier, Visual Anthropologist, UPNG

While it borrows heavily from ethnographic modes of representation, the film is a biting commentary on the nature of modernity..The film follows a number of ecotourists as they travel throughout the Sepik River area in Papua New Guinea, bargaining for local crafts, paying to view formerly sacred ceremonies and photographing of every aspect of “primitive” life. The tourists unwittingly reveal an unattractive and pervasive ethnocentrism and thus become somewhat dehumanized by the camera.

Entrance: UPNG Students and Members free, Non-members K15

Popcorn and soft drinks: K2 each

Non-members are welcome. However, If you have studied in the UK you are eligible to become a member! We’re looking for new members, so please come along to the event where you can also sign up!

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