The film session at EPIC explores the ways ethnographic practitioners have used moving images to interpret data, share insights, and tell the stories of their work. Filmmakers showcase these forays in visual storytelling by screening examples and discussing the limits and possibilities of the form. Films were selected through anonymous review by our independent Film Committee.


Screenings

Tuesday, 12 November

Food for Thought: The Path to Food Security in Newark, NJ
by Ruchika Muchhala, Third Kulture Media

The Learning Library: Using Ethnographic Film as an Organizational Change Tool by Scaling Human Insights Across a National Preschool System
Hal Phillips & Meg Kinney, Bad Babysitter

Agency in a Future Smart Home
by Nick Agafonoff, Real Ethnography

Clyde in Mulberry
by Allegra Oxborough, Aero Creative LLC