FILMS | SCHEDULE | ABOUT TIFF | EVENTS | SEARCH | SUBMIT FILMS | SPONSORS | PRESS | SHOP | TIBURON FILM SOCIETY | ARCHIVE | PHOTO GALLERY | LODGING | SITEMAP

Véréna Paravel & J.P. Sniadecki
Véréna Paravel is a French anthropologist and filmmaker. She made her first short video, 7 Queens at the Harvard University Sensory Ethnography Lab. She has recently completed Interface Series, five short videos shot entirely through Skype. Her work—screened in Boston, Paris and New York City's Amie and Tony James Gallery—explores evanescent forms of intimacy, mediation, and space and draws on experimental ethnography. Since 2009, she has been a Fellow at the Film Study Center, and a postdoctoral associate of the Sensory Ethnography Lab, Harvard University.

Filmography:
Foreign Parts (2010)
Interface Series (2009)
7 Queens (2008)

John Paul (J.P.) Sniadecki is a filmmaker and a PhD candidate in anthropology at Harvard University. His films have shown around the world and received several awards, including the 2009 Joris Ivens Award at the Cinema du reel Film Festival for his 2008 documentary Chaiqian (Demolition), which focuses on migrant labor and urban space in Chengdu, China. He is also a chief organizer and curator of Emergent Visions, a film series that screens new independent cinema from the People's Republic of China. A Blakemore Foundation Fellow, he currently lives in Beijing and is involved in a number of film and research projects.

Filmography:
Foreign Parts (2010)
The Yellow Bank (2010)
Sichuan Triptych (2010)
Chaiqian / Demolition (2008)
Songhua (2007)



Films
Foreign Parts

Click Here To Buy Tickets

Tiburon International Film Festival © 2001-2014. All Rights Reserved
info@TiburonFilmFestival.com  |  Phone: (415) 251-TIFF [8433]