Ephemera, made in 2004 by Sean Caveille, is a short film about the popularity of archaeology/history programmes on TV. At the time, new quick-paced series like Extreme Archaeology (Channel 4) and Hidden Treasure (BBC 2) were desperately trying to capture new viewers by turning archaeology into that most dreaded of adjectives – ‘sexy’. Four years later and the BBC are trying to do the same thing again with Bonekickers… Ephemera has a distinctive visual style which is achieved through placing [...]
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