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A Rich Tapestry of World Cultures
Hilton Head Island, SC, USA - Now in its 4th year, this popular three-day event showcases the discovery of past cultures gained from archaeological research, and illustrated by documentary films. The Arkhaios Official Selection composed of nineteen films will be screened at the Coligny Theatre on Thursday, Friday and Saturday December 1-3, 2016 from 1pm to 6:30pm, with an early start Saturday morning at 11am.
A rich tapestry of world cultures.
In the order of screening at the festival:
Forgotten World, Director : Terri Ella, South Africa, 2015, 52 min.
The Bronze Age I - Discovery of Prehistoric Settlement, Director : Stanislav Manca, Slovakia, 2016, 30 min.
The Enigma of the Great Menhir, Director : Marie-Anne Sorba & Jean-Marc Cazenave, France, 2016, 52 min.
A Walk Through Time,Director : Daniel Bruns, USA, 2015, 29 min.
Ticket from the Past, Director : Miriam Steen, Germany, 2015, 23 min.
In Search of Carr's Fort, Director : Michael Jordan, Dan Kurtz, USA, 2015, 25 min.
Reconstructing Hawthorne, Director : George Wingard, Patrick Hayes, USA, 2016, 26 min.
Roman Engineering: Cities, Director: José Antonio Muñiz, Spain, 2015, 52 min.
The Bronze Age II – Crafts, Director : Stanislav Manca, Slovakia, 2016, 30 min.
Fort Ancient, Director: Gray Warriner, USA, 2015, 53 min.
El Dorado de Panama, Director: José Manuel Novoa, Julia Mayo, Peru/Spain, 2016, 52 min.
Neanderthal at Bruniquel, Director: Luc-Henri Fage, France, 2016, 8 min.
Cotton Country, Director: Emily Harrold, USA, 2014, 15 min.
Documenting the Battle of Purysburg, Director: Michael Jordan & Dan Kurtz, USA, 2016, 27 min.
Bering: Balance and Resistance, Director: Lourdes Grobet, Alaska/Mexico, 2013, 52 min.
The Destruction of Memory, Director: Tim Slade, USA, 2016, 85 min.
Metal Ages or the Hierarchization of Society, Director: Petrus van der Let, Austria, 2015, 44 min.
Tewet, the Last Keeper of Borneo, Director: Luc-Henri Fage, Borneo/France, 2014, 51 min.
The Inevitable Evolution of Fort Frederick, Director: Jamie & Christi Koelker, USA, 2016, 27 min.
Each day, the last hour of programming is dedicated to screening South Carolina Heritage Films.
The following awards will be announced Saturday at 6pm :
Grand Prize of the Arkhaios Cultural Heritage and Archaeology Film Festival
Best Cultural Heritage film
Best Archaeology film
Best South Carolina Heritage film
Audience Favorite Film Awards (one each day)
Tickets are available online on the Coastal Discovery Museum website or by calling the Museum at 843-689-6767, ext. 224. Tickets are $20 for a three day pass, $10 for one day, or $5 per film. Tickets will also be available at the Coligny Theatre.
The synopsis of each film is listed on the Arkhaios website and Facebook page, as well as the schedule and times of the screening.
Arkhaios website http://www.arkhaiosfilmfestival.org/
For more information contact Jean F. Guilleux, Arkhaios Founder (843) 298-1638 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
4th Annual Arkhaios Film Festival
Three Days, Nineteen Films, Ten Countries, & Fifteen Cultures
The Arkhaios 2016 Film Festival was originally planned for October 20-22, 2016, but due to the hurricane impact has been rescheduled for December 1-3, 2016.
The Festival will be held at the Coligny Theatre and tickets are available online on the Coastal Discovery Museum website or by calling the Museum at 843-689-6767, ext. 224. Tickets are $20 for a three day pass, $10 for one day, or $5 per film.
Please join us for this educational event showcasing the discovery of past cultures gained from archaeological research, and illustrated by documentary films.