Encountering Eloyi

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Full title: Encountering Eloyi [videorecording] / Media Centre, The University of Manchester ; ICCCR ; directed and filmed by Richard Werbner.
Corporate Author: University of Manchester. Media Centre.
, International Centre for Contemporary Cultural Research.
Other authors: Werbner, Richard P.
Format: DVD           

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260 |a Manchester, UK :  |b International Centre for Contemporary Cultural Research,  |c c2008. 
300 |a 1 videodisc (56 min.) :  |b sd., col. with b&w sequences ;  |c 4 3/4 in. 
500 |a Series: "The well-being quest in Botswana" - from RAI website (accessed 17 Oct.2012) 
500 |a Documentary. 
538 |a DVD-R, NTSC, all regions; format 4:3. 
500 |a This disc is a recorded DVD and may not play on all DVD players or drives. 
546 |a English narration; interviews in Tswana with English subtitles. 
508 |a Camera and sound, Richard Werbner ; editor, Andy Lawrence. 
520 |a "Of all the faith-healing churches in Botswana, Eloyi is the most controversial. Sensational stories in newspapers and on television have made Eloyi notorious for so-called witch-busting and for exorcising demons. Known as tokoloshi, they appear like a nightmare image of an overwhelming consumer society. While attacking traditional ritual as Satan's work, Eloyi brings back, in a Christian or even more remarkably Old Testament guise, many old Tswana practices. Rarely in the ritual of other churches is empathy for others' and their mortal frailty so powerfully realised as in this Apostolic church during a séance. The film shows the impact of such empathy and the demonic in the lives of a childless couple, Martha and Njebe, originally from the countryside and now settled in Botswana's capital city. After a long quest for healing by traditional doctors and gynaecological treatment by Western hospitals, Martha chooses to seek help from Eloyi. Her choice widens the gulf between Eloyi's city branch and its village headquarters, between the church's city bishop and his father, the archbishop"--Container. 
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650 0 |a Healing  |x Religious aspects  |x Christianity. 
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710 2 |a University of Manchester.  |b Media Centre. 
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