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Jaroslava Bagdasarová

Slovakia

Biography

Jaroslava Bagdasarová was born in 1980 in Martin, Slovakia. She obtained a Master´s degree in Social Anthropology from Saint Petersburg State University and MA in Documentary film at FAMU, Prague. She is currently working as a research fellow at the Siberian Studies Centre, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology. In 2009 she received her PhD and made a documentary film Being Tourist at Home which is set in Chukchi Peninsula, Russian Federation.

Filmography:

Vladimír Rannev, portrét skladatele (20´, CZ, 2006)
O Paraskevě (12´, CZ, 2006)
Faux-pas (SK, 2008)
Turistou ve vlastním domě/ Being Tourist at Home (32´, CZ, 2009)

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Being a Tourist in Your Own House CZ

Turistou ve vlastním domě (Orig.) / 2009 / Czech Republic / 45 min

A documentary about the tourism influence on original ethnic groups that haven’t been affected by civilization so far and about the changes of how they experience their own culture. The documentary takes place on the Russian far north – in the Chukotka region.

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Being a Tourist in Your Own House EN

Turistou ve vlastním domě (Orig.) / 2009 / Czech Republic / 45 min

A documentary about the tourism influence on original ethnic groups that haven’t been affected by civilization so far and about the changes of how they experience their own culture. The documentary takes place on the Russian far north – in the Chukotka region.

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