A practical seminar on some of the general principles in anthropological film-making - filming, editing and uploading. Filmed in May 2008 with members of the Department of Social Anthropology as a voluntary session. The sound is rather poor and the film is unedited, but provides a record. Filmed by Nick Long and given by Alan Macfarlane. About two and a half hours long.
Seminar, part 1
Seminar, part 2
A short film on the indexing methods used by Sir James Frazer in writing the 'Golden Bough', based on his notebooks in Cambridge. This was made in one hour to illustrate how to make a film