This prize was awarded for the first time in 1990, and since 2005 has been sponsored by Wiley-Blackwell Publishing. It will be given to the most outstanding film in the ethnographic tradition made by a student enrolled in a bona fide educational institution. Entries for this prize may have originated and been edited on any film format but must be submitted on a DVD format. In assessing the films, the judges will consider the budget constraints, technical resources, and professional input available to the students, as well as each film’s anthropological relevance. It is awarded biennially.
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Funder: Royal Anthropological Institute
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