Breaking Tezcatlipoca explores storytelling as a phenomenon in and of itself. As a graphic ethnography of Mexican family stories, this comic book is an overview of a family mythos about (great-)grandparents and the multiple ways in which family members conceptualise…Read More →
Some selected works by students, staff and alumni of the Granada Centre - continuously updated!
Ocak tells the story of a family who earns their livelihood as hazelnut cultivators in rural north-eastern Turkey. It is an intimate depiction of the relationships among the members of a family and the local social life. While exploring peoples’…Read More →
Set in Dubrajpur (West Bengal, India) during the summer monsoons of June and July, Niishii – Night Worlds is an ethnographic film that attempts to capture the essence of the semi-urban night in a small town from its pre-electrification years…Read More →
Ian Duffy never imagined that making a cup of coffee could be so difficult. After my father, Ian, suffered two brain hemorrhages in 2012, the world as he knew it became completely transformed. He faces long-term neurological problems related to…Read More →
Imagine yourself on the shores of a sea that should not exist in one of the harshest deserts in North America. Imagine a region of promise facing unmitigated environmental disaster. Imagine yourself on a beach made of bones. This project…Read More →
This film was made for my Masters in Visual Anthropology, completed September 2016 and is a result of my personal research project that spanned 9 months. The film is based in the city centre suburb of Ancoats, Manchester, specifically Victoria…Read More →