John Paul Davidson

John Paul Davidson spent two years as a Commonwealth Scholar in Malaysia, after which he made Malay Magic  for the BBC’s World About Us. He then spent 15 years specialising in making anthropological films before leaving to make The Grotesque starring Alan Bates, Sting, Lena Headey, and Jim Carter. Drama- documentaries Galahad Of Everest with Brian Blessed, Catherine the […]

Barberine Feinberg

Barberine Feinberg has worked at the CNRS (Centre national de la recherche scientifique) since the early 1980s. A graduate in Linguistic Anthropology and in Cinema Studies from Paris V and Paris VII Universities, she has served as a production manager at the CNRS Film Unit for over 20 years. In addition she worked on sound […]

Stephen Hughes

Stephen earned his BA in Anthropology (Hon) and Philosophy at Bates College, Lewiston, Maine, US and went on to complete an MA and PhD in Social and Cultural Anthropology at The University of Chicago. Over the course of the last thirty years his work has focused on Tamil speaking south India. He has worked on various […]