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08:38 IWF (Göttingen) English 1989

Calcarinidae - Larger Foraminiferes of the South Sea

The calcarinidae, which measure only a millimetre in size and have shells composed of calcium carbonate, mainly occur in the Western Pacific. They are characterized by radiating appendices of the shell, which give them a starlike appearance. The following calcarinidae are presented: Baculogypsina sphaerulata, Calcarina calcar, Calcarina defrancii, Calcarina gaudichaudii, Calcarina hispida. The presentation includes quick-motion sequences.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: English
08:18 IWF (Göttingen) German 1989

Calcarinidae - Großforaminiferen der Südsee

Die millimetergroßen, kalkschaligen Calcariniden leben vor allem im Westpazifik. Charakteristisch sind radiär ausstrahlende Schalenfortsätze, die ihnen ein sternförmiges Aussehen geben. Vorgestellt werden Baculogypsina sphaerulata, Calcarina calcar, Calcarina defrancii, Calcarina gaudichaudii, Calcarina hispida. Mit Zeitraffung.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: German
09:34 Freie Universität Berlin, Zentraleinrichtung für AV-Medien German 1989

Kampf- und Paarungsverhalten bei der Leierantilope (Damaliscus lunatus)

Territorial fight, threatening leaps, ramming, pushing and levering aside. Ritualised boundary confirmation between two territorial bulls. Displaying, goring, pawing, defecating. Behaviour of territorial bulls. Examining the female, unsuccessful mounting, acts of copulation. Field cinematographic takes.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: Freie Universität Berlin, Zentraleinrichtung für AV-Medien
  • Language: German
07:38 IWF (Göttingen) English 1989

Prey-Catching Behaviour and Eating of Larvae in Episyrphus balteatus (Syrphidae)

Hover Fly: big larvae fix colonies of aphids with glue and suck them out. Young larvae wait passively for aphids, older larvae search them actively. In case of a contact stimulus larvae investigate the object with their antennae. Single aphids are fixed and sucked. Including electronmicroscopy and animation.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: English
51:52 IWF (Göttingen) German 1989

Weserfischerei in Nienburg - Arbeitsalltag der Familie Dobberschütz

Einer der letzten Fischereibetriebe an der Weser. Im Kontext sozialer Interaktion und alltäglicher Arbeitsroutine im Jahreslauf wird deutlich, wie die Familie Dobberschütz sich neuen ökonomischen und ökologischen Bedingungen anpaßt: Veränderte Fangtechniken (Aalschokker) auf der Weser, die zusätzliche Bewirtschaftung des Dümmersees, Forellenmast und marktorientierter Verkauf im Fischfeinkostgeschäft sichern weiterhin die Existenz des Familienbetriebes.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: German
Offline Collection Thomas Michel (Frankfurt a. M.) German 1989

Eipomek 1986

The Eipomek valley (West Irian, Indonesia) was hit by a heavy earthquake in 1986. Ten years later the life of the Eipos is affected by its consequences and the following missionary work. The Eipo culture basically changed (housing scheme, religion, body decoration and clothes) and partially preserved (house building, field work). The acculturation of the Eipos becomes visible. See also film E 2718.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: Thomas Michel (Frankfurt a. M.)
  • Language: German
22:20 IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1989

Mitteleuropa, Oberösterreich - Floßbau an der Enns

In 1985 the Museum of Rafts at Weyer celebrates its tenth anniversary. On this occasion an Enns raft is built by the traditional method from pine trunks. Former raftsmen and woodcutters show for the last time their ability. The film presents all the stages of the work, from the woodcutting, disbranching, and decorating over the wood haulage to the fastening together of the trunks.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) German 1989

Glasbläserei in Wolfach

Tourism is a factor guaranteeing the existence of the glassworks at Wolfach/Black Forest, founded after World War II. After an "exhibition blowing" for tourists, the film shows the turning of a wooden mould, the putting of the melting-charge into the furnace, the making of wineglasses, the exchange of a glasshouse pot, the complicated manufacture of cover glasses, the graving, and the final check. The different operations are explained by the workers.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: German
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) German 1989

Eipo (West-Neuguinea, Zentrales Hochland) - Speisenbereitung in Erdöfen und festliche Bewirtung

Residents and non-residents who helped in the co-operative effort in the construction of a men's house and two family houses in Talim are festively entertained with a meal by the buildings' owners. Collecting the food, preparing three earth ovens, distribution of the food according to social rank. The hosts are not given food.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: German
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1989

Eipo (West-Neuguinea, Zentrales Hochland) - Körperbemalung der Mädchen

Girls from Malingdam are at a spring on a steep slope above the Mumye River. They take chalky argillaceous earth (clayey soil) from the trough of the spring and paint each other with geometric patterns.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) German 1989

Multimodale Kurzzeit-Verhaltenstherapie - Pathologisches Spielen, Erstgespräch

This film outlines the structure and technique of the initial interview in a cognitive-behavioural treatment setting with compulsive gamblers. The techniques are dialogue oriented, though directive. They focus on motivational issues. Furthermore the therapist tries to develop patient's goals to be achieved by therapy.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: German
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) German 1989

Magersucht - Pathogenese einer Krankheit

A family of four try to explain factors leading to anorexia nervosa und bulimia. The everyday situation and behaviour of an anorexic is shown. The affected report.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: German
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) Original sound, no spoken text 1989

Eipo (West-Neuguinea, Zentrales Hochland) - Nächtlicher Tanz und Gesang bei einem »mote«-Fest

Excerpt from a visiting feast, which lasted several days, in Munggona (see Film E 2803). In the night before the guests arrive, men dance in a circular formation and sing in accompaniment. The leading dancer breaks up the circle by bringing the dancers together in the centre in a spiral shape. Subsequently, the last dancer guides the dance line back into the circular formation. Several women dance at the margin of the village plaza in a row formation.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Original sound, no spoken text
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1989

Eipo (West-Neuguinea, Zentrales Hochland) - Bauen einer Brücke

Several men from Moknerkon build a wooden bridge across the Eipomek River. Supporting substructures are erected on both banks of the stream using logs. Then they lift 8 approximately 10- to 14-m-long tree trunks (diameter approx. 10 cm) onto them and bind them tightly to one another with tree bast. They attach a railing made of poles to one side of the bridge.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1989

Eipo (West-Neuguinea, Zentrales Hochland) - Gartenbauarbeiten im Sumpfgelände

Fallow garden land of the Karelala is prepared for replanting in co-operative effort by men and women. Knocking down the grass, deepening and cleaning of irrigation ditches, preparing raised beds, planting.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) German 1989

Eipo (West-Neuguinea, Zentrales Hochland) - Durchbohren des Ohrläppchens

A man pierces the earlobes of three boys with pointed wooden sticks which remain in the wound to keep the hole open. The earlobe is treated with the heat of smouldering pieces of wood.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: German
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) German 1989

Eipo (West-Neuguinea, Zentrales Hochland) - Ab- und Anlegen von Hüftgürtel und Peniskalebasse

Two married men of approximately 45 and 35 years of age, respectively, from Malingdam, take off their penis gourds to show how they are put on. First, the gourd, whose lower end is attached with a cord sling through which one slips the scrotum, is put on. A rotang cord is attached around the upper third of the gourd; the former is put around the hips. The fixed rotang wrapping is wound around the waist on a broad leaf.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: German
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) German 1989

Eipo (West-Neuguinea, Zentrales Hochland) - Behandlung einer infizierten Wunde

The infected wound of a man is treated by a fellow villager who uses pointed pieces of wood and a piece of a razor blade to drain the pus.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: German
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) German 1989

Eipo (West-Neuguinea, Zentrales Hochland) - Wundbehandlung mit Schweinefett und durch Wärmeanwendung

A man treats the wounds of his bruised lower leg by applying warmed pig fat. He then lets the heat of smouldering pieces of wood act on the wounds.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: German
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) German 1989

Eipo (West-Neuguinea, Zentrales Hochland) - Durchbohren der Nasenscheidewand

As it is customary among the Eipo the nasal septums of two girls are pierced with pointed instruments, a bone awl in the first case and a wooden stick in the second. The girls react remarkably calm to the painful procedure.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: German
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1989

Gartenbauarbeiten am Steilhang - Eipo (West-Neuguinea, Zentrales Hochland)

In a garden area on a steep slope in Malingdam women and men are working in co-operative effort: Breaking the earth with a digging stick, renewing the terrace steps, pulling out and burning grass, planting sugarcane and banana cuttings, weeding, harvesting taro and sweet potatoes.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1989

Neubau einer Familienhütte in Talim - Eipo (West-Neuguinea, Zentrales Hochland)

A house in Talim is torn down by the owner and his wife and rebuilt in co-operative effort. The ground is levelled, the main posts are rammed into the earth by the men and linked to one another with plant fibres. The floor is put in and reinforced; the old roof is put back on. The hearth is erected using clay; the floor mats are laid in position, and the wall boards are fastened in place.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1989

Kinderspiel: Bauen einer Hängebrücke - Eipo (West-Neuguinea, Zentrales Hochland)

Several boys and men from Talim build a model of a suspension bridge over a watercourse using wooden poles, wooden rods and lianas. The original crosses the Eipomek Valley.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1989

Arbeit mit dem Steinbeil in Talim - Eipo (West-Neuguinea, Zentrales Hochland)

Not far from Talim, there is a small wooded area in the village's garden area. Men and boys cut down several young trees with stone adzes by notching the tree trunks at a height of 50 - 60 cm and causing them to fall. Subsequently they cut off the branches.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
07:35 IWF (Göttingen) German 1989

Beutefangverhalten und Fressen der Larven von Episyrphus balteatus (Syrphidae)

Schwebfliege. Große Larven fixieren Blattlauskolonien mit Hilfe eines Klebstoffes und saugen die erbeuteten Läuse nacheinander aus. Junge Schwebfliegenlarven warten passiv auf Blattläuse, während ältere die Blattlauskolonien aktiv aufsuchen. Auf einen Berührungsreiz hin überprüfen die Larven mit Hilfe ihrer Doppelantennen das Objekt. Einzelne Blattläuse werden daraufhin fixiert und ausgesaugt. Mit REM-Aufnahmen und Trick.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: German
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) German 1989

Malerei der Kwoma in Papua-Neuguinea - Ausdrucksform und Technik

The film shows three different ways in which the Kwoma employ painting techniques: painting on flat surfaces, i.e. the flattened bases of sago-palm leaf-stems, chip-carved wooden shields and three-dimensional carvings. The painters are respected men and artists, who will be seen working alone, in pairs and with younger men.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: German
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) Original sound, no spoken text 1989

Eipo (West-Neuguinea, Zentrales Hochland) - Sammeln von Wasserinsekten

Girls from Munggona are wading through a pond and splashing up the water with their feet. In this manner the insect larvae in the water get caught in the thick plant growth and can be collected in dip nets. Then the girls lift a number of water plants and also collect the small animals under them.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Original sound, no spoken text
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) Original sound, no spoken text 1989

Eipo (West-Neuguinea, Zentrales Hochland) - Kinderspiele »taruk linglingana« und »mana«

Boys of different ages are playing in front of the men's house in Malingdam. In the first game they make a tower with their hands, which they then allow to collapse. In the second game they form rings from their thumbs and index fingers, which form a tube when they are placed one upon the other. In this game one player strikes a stone with the flat of his hand, which symbolises an animal. Another player has to guess in whose hand the stone is located.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Original sound, no spoken text
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) Original sound, no spoken text 1989

Eipo (West-Neuguinea, Zentrales Hochland) - Genuß von Pflanzensalz

Bundles of leaves containing salt, called 'Uwa' by the Eipo, (Psychotria; Rubiaceae) are made to smoulder and inserted into a tube made by rolling banana leaves. The tube's mouthpiece is immersed in a thin mush made by chewing pepper leaves, ginger and salty ashes. The steam from the smouldering leaves is inhaled.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Original sound, no spoken text
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) Original sound, no spoken text 1989

Eipo (West-Neuguinea, Zentrales Hochland) - Kastrieren eines Schweines

Outside the village of Munggona, four women castrate a young pig to promote its growth. One of the women sits on the ground and holds the pig in her arms Two of the women hold it tightly, while the fourth one performs the operation with a bamboo knife. The wound is not treated.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Original sound, no spoken text
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) Original sound, no spoken text 1989

Eipo (West-Neuguinea, Zentrales Hochland) - Herstellen einer Maultrommel

A man from Munggona carves a Jew's harp from the stem of a reed. He is using a rodent's incisor and a razor blade as tools. After he has completed it, he tests the musical instrument.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Original sound, no spoken text
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) Original sound, no spoken text 1989

Eipo (West-Neuguinea, Zentrales Hochland) - Spielen einer Maultrommel

In Munggona a boy and a man play their Jew's harps in succession on the plaza between the men's houses.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Original sound, no spoken text
12:15 Freie Universität Berlin, Zentraleinrichtung für AV-Medien German 1989

Beuteerwerb beim Löwen (Panthera leo)

Pride of lions (6 females) examine wart hog den and watch wart hogs from hiding at another den. A lioness creeps closer and drives a young animal toward the pride. Fighting within the pride for the prey, which is ultimately devoured by one of the lionesses. Lioness stalks two fighting Topis and kills one. Killing bite, feeding, securing the prey against competitors for food. Field cinematographic takes.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: Freie Universität Berlin, Zentraleinrichtung für AV-Medien
  • Language: German
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) German 1989

Salzgewinnung aus Pflanzenasche bei den Azande, Nordost-Zaire

Among the Azande, salt is traditionally obtained from plant ashes. The plants are cut and laid out to dry. They are later burned with palm leaf ribs and later also with infruchtescence and inflorescence of an oil palm in a wood fire. A filter funnel is constructed; the cooled ashes are put into the filter, and water is poured over it. The salty water drips through for hours. Subsequently it is evaporated, and the paste produced is dried in the sun.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: German
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) German 1989

Herstellen von Maniokmehl und Maniokfladen bei den Azande, Nordost-Zaire

Among the Azande, bitter manioc has been planted since colonial times. After the harvest, the tubers are peeled and soaked in water. To prepare manioc flour, they are dried in the sun, ground in a wooden mortar and sieved. To prepare flat manioc cakes, the peeled tubers are ground in mortars and slapped against the wall of the house in small portions to dry. Neither method of manioc processing results in a complete evaporation of the cyanic acid being produced.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: German
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) Original sound, no spoken text 1989

Eipo (West-Neuguinea, Zentrales Hochland) - Schäften eines Steinbeils in Imarin

After Salap has cut split rattan strips to the right size with a steel knife, he works the fork of a branch. He puts an andesite blade as well as leaf and fibrous material to serve as a lining on the shorter arm of the branch-fork which is to serve as the shaft and wraps it tightly with the strips of rattan. The adze is cross-shafted.
  • Published: 1989
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Original sound, no spoken text
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