Anies Hassan dropped me a line about a new series of videos he’s making about the Thames Discovery Project. He’s getting pretty slick with his production techniques! Oh, and the archaeology is interesting as well…if you like that muddy, cold, London type of archaeology! (don’t hit me!)
Credit the music and slap a CC license on it and I’ll be a happy girl.
I finally got around to uploading more of the movie we made (So You’re an Archaeologist?!) for the Afghanistan display at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco.
Sadly, I only got through the first two videos before I promptly threw away the main file I was working with to make more space on my hard drive. After I get the source video from Dave (again!) I’ll post the rest of it.
And, if you’re up for a little bit of surrealist ethnography, here’s Las Hurdes or Land Without Bread, one of the movies we’re going to watch as part of our Ethnographic Movie Night next Fall. More about that later.
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I changed the videos to include the music credits. The new versions are taking an unusually long time to be “processed” on the host website. Please come back again in a bit and check again. Sorry for the hassle but please be patient.
Heh, you should try swimming in the Thames in your trunks. (Only did it once as a very stupid child – never again!)