Hansjörg Dilger, Kristian Petersen, Werkstatt Ethnologie
News vom 11.10.2018
The anthropological film project “Healing Landscapes in Berlin” features seven different portraits of healing personalities in Germany’s capital city, each of them being interviewed and filmed in their respective professional environment. The healers identified themselves as an Arabic energy healer (Khloud Zaher-Iraqi); a Russian-Tibetan physiotherapist (Aleksej Zasuhin); a Korean healing practitioner (Cha-Hee Nam); a Brasilian Candomblé priest (Murah Soares); an Ayurvedic healing practitioner from Sri Lanka (Saroya Kubisch); a German shaman who was trained in Mexico (Anja Gundelach); and a Colombian painter and spiritual teacher (Viviana Ponce de León).
The short films are now made available online for the first time with English subtitles on the Blog Medizinethnologie.net. The seven portraits will be published as a weekly series, starting on October 11, 2018. [more]