M.A. Anne-Marie Reynaud


Freie Universitaet Berlin - Lecturer


Anne-Marie Reynaud received her BA in Journalism and Anthropology from Concordia University (Canada) in 2004 and her MA in Visual Anthropology from Goldsmiths College (UK) in 2006. Her professional experience in Canadian documentary houses touched upon different areas of filmmaking, including film production with two ecological documentary series for French and Canadian television: Les artisans du rebut global  (13x30min) and Les citadins du rebut global  (13x60min.).  She has directed her own short documentary/ethnographic films, such as Reparations (25 min.), screened at Montreal’s First Peoples’ Film Festival in 2007.

Anne-Marie was the program coordinator for the M.A. Visual and Media Anthropology (FU Berlin) from 2008 to 2010.  She is now doing her PhD in Ethnology at the Excellence Cluster Languages of Emotion (FU Berlin) while still lecturing in the M.A. program.

Her main areas of interest are visual anthropology, indigenous issues, emotions and reparation processes.


Course design and teaching:

- Applied Visual Anthropology (Substitute lecturer, Summer Semester 2010 - course by Prof. Sarah Pink)

- Classics and Varieties of Ethnographic Film (Winter Semester 2008/09, Winter Semester 2009/10 and Winter Semester 10/11 and Winter Semester 2014/15).

- Ethics and Visual Anthropology (Summer Semester 2009)


Filmography (selected)

  • 35 rue des Cascades (January 2008) – 5 min. (director, camera, editor)
  • Reparations (September 2006) – 25 min. (director, camera, editor) Goldsmiths College, First Peoples’ Festival Montreal 2007
  • George (March 2006) – 15 min. (director, camera, editor) Goldsmiths College 
  • Danny (Nov. 2005) – 5min. (director, camera, editor) Goldsmiths College
  • Mille fois, je t’ai attendu (June 2004) – 6min. (co-production, Blitz 2880) Turtles Productions
  • Tea time (June 2004) – 6min. (co-production, Blitz 2880) Turtles Productions, Le court en Bref – Sublim - Arts et technology numériques festival. 
  • Tiempo Sagrado (May 2004) – 30min. (Co-directed and edited, camera) Concordia University
  • Art for Healing (March 2004) – 30min. (interviewer, camera) Concordia University