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Title Piemule / Jana Ševčíková
Published [Watertown, Mass. : Documentary Educational Resources, 1992]
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Description 1 online resource (streaming video file) (43 min.)
Series Ethnographic video online, volume 1
Summary Piemule is about an ethnic group of Czechs who settled in the hills not far from Timisoara, Romania, over a hundred and fifty years ago. The ancestors of today's inhabitants, craftsmen and farmers, came with their families to the Romanian highlands around the year 1822 for work to earn their livelihood. The filming began in 1980 and proceeded for several years under difficult conditions. Jana Sevcikova captured the flow of life in one remote village through the changing seasons, religious ceremonies (Christmas, carnivals, Easter, weddings, harvests) and the plowing of the land
Notes In Ukrainian and Czech, with English subtitles
Shown during the Margaret Mead Film & Video Festival, 1992
Subject Czechs -- Romania -- Timisoara Region -- Social life and customs
Ethnographic films -- Czech Republic.
Genre/Form Video recordings.
Form Streaming video
Author Patocka, Zdenek
Ševčíková, Jana
Spoula, Stanislav
Margaret Mead Film & Video Festival (1992)