In today’s modern and advanced society and culture, recent developments in ethnographic and anthropologic filmmaking have established anthropology as a common, accepted, as well as widespread practice that is a comprehensive within anthropology. However, ethnographic and anthropologic filmmaking have not always been a widespread establishment, ethnographic and anthropologic filmmaking have become more and more broadcast and filmed recently over the years due to the fact that visual representations of anthropologic and ethnographic film satisfies the demand of today’s popular western culture and society, just like films that are more advance in technical aspects as well as representation of what they are filming, are more superior to those films made earlier in the stages of film.
Filming an anthropologic or ethnographic film enhances the representation of what exactly is being focused on in the anthropologic and ethnographic film due to the visual approach. The viewer of an anthropologic and ethnographic
film can not only see with their own eyes a visual of say a certain society, culture, customs, as well as way of life, but also take in sounds and more. Filmmaking of anthropologic and ethnographic subject attempts to overcome traditional ways of recording an ethnography, and enhance it through new conventional ways in today’s modern society and culture.
In modern filmmaking of an anthropologic or ethnographic film, it is visible that the techniques and technical aspects of the film are much more superior than those films that were made earlier in the making of anthropologic or ethnographic films. However, with the technical aspect aside from recent films, the question is whether or not newer and modern films are superior to those films that were made earlier in the making of anthropologic or ethnographic films, whether or not that some recent modern films may possibly be inferior than earlier films, and have modern films...