(Published September 13, 2016
by SCAPOD in Events)
About the Arkhaios poster
,artist Amiri Farris
EXPLORING HISTORY AND
HERITAGE THROUGH FILM
Twenty-five years ago, October was designated as Archaeology Month in South Carolina and there are always a plethora of fascinating events and programs highlighting the world of archaeology from which to choose. One such event that has quickly become a favorite is the Arkhaios Cultural Heritage and Archaeology Film Festival, one of only two archaeological film festivals held in the United States of America. Arkhaios, now in its fourth year, takes place on Hilton Head Island, SC and was founded by Jean Guilleux, an avocational archaeologist.
Dr. Kimberly Cavanagh
University of South Carolina-Beaufort
3 Days, 19 Films,
10 Countries, 15 Cultures
A Rich Tapestry of World Cultures
Intended to be an educational event showcasing the discovery of past cultures gained from archaeological research, illustrated by documentary films, it is also meant to encourage initiatives and exchanges between the different actors of the world of archaeological films. Too often these productions, which fuse art and science, are unknown and suffer from limited distribution channels. As well, a key goal of the festival is to trigger the interest of the South Carolinian filmmakers to apply their art to the state’s history......
is brought to
Hilton Head Island by the Coastal Discovery Museum
and the support of the
SC Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology of the University of South Carolina
Arkhaios Film Festival celebrates cultural heritage
Reprint - Hilton Head Sun, October 5, 2016
A quick review of some of the trailers of the films to be screened this year.