Norman, I share your sentiments and am actually in the process of starting a (primarily online, although hoping to grow) journal of "sensory ethnography." We plan to have a space to showcase films, audio pieces etc in the near future in an academic forum. Let me know if you'd like to be added to our e-mailing list: I'm at email@example.com.
here my small recent work
with Burmese women and self representation
looking forward to read/see yours :-)
here's a link to an article i published based on a university project in material culture and visual anthropology. It's called "Tracing continuity between childhood and adulthood: Body attachments and practices that persist in a growing self", and it brings together issues around objects and their role in social relations, family storytelling, the body, and age. I'd love to hear your feedback!