Pavel Borecký (Prague, 1986) is a social anthropologist and audiovisual ethnographer. As an awardee of Swiss Excellence scholarship, he is currently finishing multimedia PhD on water scarcity in the Middle East. In his community practice, Pavel runs research organisation Anthropictures, curates film programme EthnoKino, and co-organizes European Applied Anthropology Network.
Pavel’s latest films Solaris (2015) and In the Devil’s Garden (2018) focused on the consumption culture in Estonia and human/animal relations in the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR). The films were screened at numerous film festivals and conferences in Europe and abroad. Living Water (2020) is his first feature documentary film.
"Testimony" International Competition
Living Water
24th Ji.hlava IDFF
Jihlava
2020
official selection
In the Devil's Garden
International Festival of Ethnological Film 2019
Belgrade
2019
official selection in audiovisual programme
In the Devil's Garden
IUAES 2019 Inter-Congress "World Solidarities"
Poznan
2019
College
Czech University of Life Sciences Prague
Sustainable Development
20102012
College
Tallinn University
Social Anthropology (Audiovisual Ethnography)
20142016
College
University of Bern
Social Anthropology (PhD)
2016Present
Birth Date
October 11, 1986
Hometown
Prague
Gender
Male
Ethnicity
Czech
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