Part 1 Authority, representation and anthropological knowledge: anthropological visions - some notes on visual and textual authority, Kirsten Hastrup; the lexical spaces of eye-spy, Chrisopher Pinney; admissible evidence? film in anthropology, Peter Loizos; film as discourse - the invention of anthropological realities, Peter Ian Crawford. Part 2 Image, audience and aesthetics: complicities of style, David MacDougall; the aesthetics of ambiguity, Dai Vaughan; which films are the ethnographic films?, Marcus Banks; who constructs anthropological knowledge? towards a theory of ethnographic film spectatorship, Wilton Martinez. Part 3 Politics, ethics and indigenous imagery: anthropological transparency - film, representation and politics, James Faris; myths, racism and opportunism - film and TV representation of the San, Keyan G. Tomaselli; visual imperialism and the export of prejudice - an exploration of ethnographic film, Kathleen Kuehnast; picturing culture through indigenous imagery - a telling story, Richard Chalfen; representation by the Other - Indonesian cultural documentation, Felicia Hughes-Freeland; the ethics of ethnographic film-making, Timothy Asch. Part 4 Television and new technologies: anthropology in broadcasting, Andre Singer; television narrative and ethnographic film, Terence Wright; putting anthropology on television - reflections of an anthropological consultant, David Turton; hypermedia in ethnography, Gary Seaman and Homer Williams; the potentials of videodisc in visual anthropology - some examples, Alan MacFarlane.