Eye Filmmuseum is pleased to announce that the call for the Traineeship Programme “Film Restoration” and “Film Collection” for starting film restorers and film collection specialists is now open.
With these two traineeships, Eye aims to build a bridge between academic training and hands-on daily practices. This programme is designed to educate a new generation of film restorers and film collection specialists and seeks to facilitate their transition into the labour market.
Applicants are invited to send in their applications by July 1st, 2022.
The Filmuni Summer School is organising the Digital Archive Summer School in cooperation with FIAF Cataloguing & Documentation Commission, the Bundesarchivand theDeutsche Kinemathek Berlin. The summer school “Digital Archives. Data Literacy and Presentation Strategies in Audiovisual Archives” is a 5-day, practice-oriented course aimed at people working in audiovisual archives as well as at everyone else who is interested in enhancing their knowledge about digital environments and processes related to digital archives. This year’s edition focuses on the subject of digital curation.
Date:5-9 September 2022
Location: Film University Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF
Cost: 1030,- EUR (Early Bird 930,- EUR before 30 April 2022)
There is also the possibility to apply for a scholarship, sponsored by The International Federation of Film Archives (FIAF), that covers full or partial participation fees. The application deadline for the FIAF scholarship is May 29, 2022.
The European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO), through the European Observatory on Infringement of Intellectual Property Rights (the Observatory), in collaboration with Europeana, is organising the Out-of-commerce Works Portal Datathon event.
The main objective of the Datathon event is to raise awareness of the existence of the new out-of-commerce works solution available under the Directive (EU) 2019/790 with the aim to facilitate the digitisation of out-of-commerce works. The event also aims to bring together leaders among the cultural heritage institutions, in order to increase visibility and further attractivity of the out-of-commerce works system.
The Swedish Film Institute Foundation plays a leading role in Swedish film. The Film Institute’s aim is to support the production, distribution, and screening of valuable film, to preserve Sweden’s film heritage and make it available, and to represent Swedish film internationally. The Film Institute also has a national mandate to enhance film knowledge in Sweden, and to provide the people with a range of film characterised by a wide diversity of stories.
The Film Institute is digitizing and restoring the Swedish film heritage, as well as making it available. Since 2013, approximately 500 films have been restored. The purpose is to create digital material that mimics the original analogue premiere as much as possible. Every year, around 50 films are restored, and most of the films are taken into distribution either via the rightsholders themselves or through the Film Institute’s own theatrical distribution.
As a digital film restorer, you are doing manual and semiautomated restoration to digitally remove scratches, dust, dirt, damage, shaking, etc. You will be working in the Digitization unit together with eleven other staff members.
From 29 – 31 May, 2022, Eye Filmmuseum, the University of Amsterdam (UvA), Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis (ASCA), and the Association of Moving Image Archivists (AMIA) will present the 7th Eye International Conference on ‘Global Audiovisual Archiving: Exchange of Knowledge and Practices’.
The annual Eye International Conference is an opportunity for scholars, archivists, curators, researchers, filmmakers, students, artists, and film enthusiasts from across the world to gather and explore contemporary professional and academic issues affecting audiovisual heritage today.
The 2022 edition will focus on the imbalance or current misrepresentation of global audiovisual heritage holdings, looking in particular at the alarming scarcity of audiovisual heritage from the Global South in the digital space. We will provide speakers and participants a platform to encourage knowledge exchange between scholars and archivists from different parts of the world, and different archival traditions. The conference offers a space to consider the impact of geographical location, the availability of resources, technical and digital gaps, and different audiovisual traditions. We will discuss archival challenges and think together about new models for collaboration.
The goal of the conference is to broaden the knowledge and connections within the global archival community, leading to new insights on the status of film heritage and archiving in different parts of the world.
The Call for Proposals is now open and the deadline to apply is 16 January 2022. We encourage proposals from participants, archives, and regions that are underrepresented in conferences related to audiovisual heritage, discussing topics that highlight concrete, urgent, practical concerns, and threats to collections.
Film restoration online course:from April 27th to June 8th 2022 (on Wednesdays) Restoration lectures and Il Cinema Ritrovato film festival: Bologna, Cineteca facilities, from June 25th to July 3rd 2022 Restoration workshops: Bologna, L’Immagine Ritrovata, July 4th-15th 2022
The Fédération Internationale des Archives du Film (FIAF), the Association des Cinémathèques Européennes (ACE), Cineteca di Bologna and L’Immagine Ritrovata are thrilled to announce that after the forced postponement of the 2020 edition, the ninth FIAF Film Restoration Summer School will finally take place in Bologna in summer 2022.
The Coronavirus-19 pandemic has had a big impact on our lives during the last two years, but the institutions behind the Summer School have come together once again in order to renew and strengthen their long lasting cooperation, a bond that aims to pursue the spread of film preservation and conservation through the international community. Specialists, film archive staff and students that are looking forward to experience the complete restoration workflow in our two-decade experienced film restoration laboratory are more than welcome to apply.
The program and further details will be available on January 2022.
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Das DFF – Deutsches Filminstitut & Filmmuseum e.V. sucht zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkteine Kuratorische Leitungder Sammlungen–Abteilungsleitung Non-Film-Archiv (m/w/d)
Leitung und kuratorische Betreuung der Sammlungendes DFF an den Archivstandorten in Frankfurt am Main und Wiesbaden(Non-Film-Archiv/filmbezogeneNachlässe, Bibliothek, Bild-, Plakat-, Musik-und Textarchiv)
Fachaufsicht und strategische Mitverantwortung bei der Erschließung der Sammlungen und Verfügbarmachung der Bestände(analog und digital/virtuell)
Weiterer Ausbau des Sammlungsbestandes – Überprüfung und Erweiterung der Sammlungen, Hinzufügen verschiedener Perspektiven und breitere Repräsentation verschiedener Filmemacher:innen
Aufbau und Pflege von Kontakten zu nationalen/ internationalen Filmschaffenden, Zusammenarbeit im nationalen Verbund der Kinematheken und Filmarchive
Planung, Konzeption und Kuratorium sammlungsbezogener Ausstellungen. Entwicklung, Redaktion von Publikationen (analog und virtuell)
Entwicklung von öffentlichen Programmen zur Erhöhungdes Engagements von Interessenten und potentiellen Unterstützern für die DFF-Sammlungen
Führungen, Archivgespräche, Einbindung in die Aktivitäten des DFF und seiner Projekte
Beantwortung der zahlreichen internen und externen Nutzungsanfragen an das Non-Film-Archiv bzw. deren Delegation innerhalb der Abteilung
Personalführung und -entwicklung
Management, Organisation, Administration und Budgetverantwortungin enger Absprache mit der Direktorin
The Filmuni Summer School is organising the Digital Archive Summer School in cooperation with FIAF Cataloguing & Documentation Commission and the Deutsche Kinemathek. The Summer School is a 5-day (6-10 September), practice-oriented educational offer directed at staff members of audiovisual archives as well as any other interested person who are interested in enhancing their knowledge about digital environments and processes related to digital archives. The focus is “Data Literacy and Presentation strategies in Audiovisual Archives”.
The Summer School Digital Archives can take place on-site at the Film University Babelsberg Konrad Wolf this year. Since the Summer School has received many requests regarding online participation, they have decided to stream parts of the program for people who may not be able to travel due to the pandemic or its economic impact.
An overview of the preliminary program and which content will be available online can be found here.
Location: Film University Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF, Potsdam, Germany
Cost: 1195,- EUR (in-person participation)
Application deadline: 15 August 2021 for online participation
The Inspiration Forum LAB is an interdisciplinary research program by Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival designed to provide a space where artists and scientists can meet and work together on creating research-based multimedia art projects. The aim is to combine the scientific and artistic language to find ways of expression that could communicate to audiences beyond the boundaries of each of these two worlds.
The project welcomes applicants from various fields (artists, film makers, architects, designers, social scientists, environmentalists, technology innovators, etc.) who want to ask fundamental questions about the predominant narratives we exchange about the world and our role in it. Similarly, it is encouraged the partecipation of those who are interested in a transdisciplinary and collaborative approach combining science, technology, and the arts. The deadline for applications is September 13, 2021.