Latest Film; Rambert – conference screening

Catriona Anne Blackburn is an academic film maker, visual anthropologist, video producer and video editor.

Holding a first class honours degree in anthropology BSc and having extensive knowledge and understanding of anthropological and social science theories and themes.

My main areas of anthropological interest are universal themes of death, loss, burial practice and social reorganisation following death.

My current academic areas of interest are higher education teaching, cutting edge research practices, embodied practise, movement and dance.

I am interested in multidisciplinary visual anthropology using themes of cognitive and symbolic anthropology as well as ‘militant’ public anthropology for transformative means, that are public and accessible.

My aim is to make transformative films which focus on the unique human and the universal of humanity.

I am available for hire for video editing, videography for local businesses. I am available for hire or to collaborate with academic films and media. Please see my cv here

My first film as part of my undergraduate degree in Anthropology BSc was ‘Cooking Ghosts.’ This film has been screened at Los Angeles Cinefest, Ramsgate film festival and featured in Women’s CineMakers biennial edition.

Cooking Ghosts – Film and project

Vimeo link – https://vimeo.com/user65235195