Alice is an anthropologist and filmmaker who studied anthropological representations of the Kalahari Bushmen (including the Ju'/hoansi) as part of her graduate studies. She has worked in educational film and television in a variety of production and fundraising roles and as a video production teacher for high school students. Alice holds a Ph.D. in Anthropology from New York University. She is a Research Associate at RMC Research where she conducts educational evaluations of National Science Foundation funded films and television shows and is teaching Visual Anthropology at Tufts University.
David is an award-winning filmmaker and media technology consultant who has worked in a variety of roles on numerous film and new media projects. His most recent film is Smile Boston Project, a profile of artist Bren Bataclan and his free-art project. David recently worked as Project Manager on MIT TechTV, a video sharing site for the MIT community and currently works as a freelance producer, videographer, editor, and advises clients on the use of video on the web. He blogs at Kino-Eye.com and produces Art Film Talk, an audio podcast of film-related interviews.
Remembering John Marshall (2006, 16 minutes, color) Directed & Edited by Alice Apley & David Tamés, Produced by David Tamés & Cynthia Close
Associate Producer: Tamar Skowronski; Assistant Editors: Cristina Bauer, Sharon Perpignani, Tamar Skowronski; Archival Research: Cristina Bauer, Sharon Perpignani, Alice Apley; Interview Production Crew: Cristina Bauer, Stephen Oldford, Sharon Perpignani, Tamar Skowronski
Special Thanks: Karma Foley, Glorianna Davenport, Brittany Gravely, Eric Rolph, Robert Gardner, Jane Wiener, Boris Carrete, Aimee Corrigan, Richard Leacock, Beth Epstein, Alex Huth, Rule Broadcast Systems, Sweet Finnish in Jamaica Plain; Produced with support from Documentary Educational Resources and the Center for Digital Imaging Arts at Boston University
Photographs courtesy of Alexandra Eliot Marshall, Cynthia Close, Karma Foley, Documentary Educational Resources, and Marshall Family Archives; Archive footage courtesy of Smithsonian Institution Human Studies Film Archives; Film clips from The Hunters, A Joking Relationship, N/um Tchai: The ceremonial Dance of the !Kung Bushmen, If It Fits, A Kalahari Family, N!ai: Story of a !Kung Woman, and Pittsburgh Police Series, courtesy of Documentary Educational Resources