The current volume about the underdocumented and extremely relevant topis - intangible cultural heritage and film - brings to the attention the varied experiences of working with the film and intangible cultural heritage.
The chapters range from the anlytical to the practical, and will be of particular interest to museum practitioners and heritage keepers. The monograph provides a different perspectives for thinking about ethnographic film and its role as a transmitter of heritage. It makes a valuable contribution to the literature on intangible cultural heritage, and paves the way for further discussion of film within and about intangible cultural heritage and its role within heritage policy.
Dr. Felicie Huges-Freeland