and the director but relies on others to carry out the technical roles, to those in which the ethnographer does everything, participating in the action, directing the film, as well as carrying out all the technical roles.
An interesting example of the first case, in which the ethnographer appears as a leading character in a film directed by others, is
Koriam’s Law and the Dead who Govern
, released in 2005. This film concerns the ideas and practices of the Kivung Association, a religious and