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New Study on Access to Film Works for Education and Research

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In November 2016 the European Audiovisual Observatory has carried out a survey among the members of the Association des Cinémathèques Européennes. The objective was to assess the access to the film works in their collections in the context of education and research. 32 ACE members replied to the survey, representing over 1.1million film works. The 
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ACE workshop “Collection Management Systems in the 21th Century, Bologna, 27/06/2017

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Following the success of the joint FIAF/ACE Workshop “Metadata Management in Film Archives: Putting the Cinematographic Works Standard EN 15907 to use and introducing the new FIAF Cataloguing Manual” (ZEM Potsdam, March 29-30, 2017), it was very clear that most film archives share a set of questions and problems that are worth discussing as a
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Final programme for the “Metadata Management in Film Archives” workshop

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We are pleased to announce the final programme for the workshop “Metadata Management in Film Archives – Putting the Cinematographic Works Standard EN 15907 to use and introducing the new FIAF Cataloguing Manual”. It will be held at the ZEM in Potsdam,  29-30 March 2017. You can register for the workshop and acces the programme
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FORWARD Conference “Digitisation of cultural heritage and orphan works” 30/11/16

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9 November 2016 – In 2012, the Orphan Works Directive has been adopted with the aim to unlock hundreds of thousands of objects preserved in Europe’s libraries, museums, archives and cinematheques, to digitse and publish them on portals like the European Film Gateway or Europeana.  How has this objective been put into practise?  The conference,
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New ACE Executive Committee Elected

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30 June 2016 – Yesterday, the ACE General Assembly has elected a new Executive Committee for the term 2016-2018. The nine members are: Michal Bregant, Národní  filmový archiv/ National Film Archive (Prague), Mariona Bruzzo Llaberia, Filmoteca Catalunya (Barcelona), Thomas C. Christensen, Det Danske Filminstitut (Copenhagen), Sandra den Hamer, EYE Film Instituut Nederland (Amsterdam), Georg Eckes,
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ABCinema / ACE workshop on film literacy, Bologna, 29 June 2016

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23 June 2016 – Raising passionate love for cinema and understanding why it needs to be preserved for  future generations has always been at the heart of cinematheques’ activities. That’s why the 6th edition of the ACE workshop series “Management strategies for film archives in the digital era”, jointly organized with the ABCinema project, is
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The Value(s) of Film Heritage – European Film Forum, Bologna, 30 June

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26 June 2016 – This year, the European Film Forum (EFF) will take place during Il Cinema Ritrovato, the perfect location to discuss the values of film heritage and how to preserve, disseminate and exploit it. The forum brings together film archivsts, film makers, representatives from funding agencies and the film industry. It is organised
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European Film Gateway meeting in Bologna, 28 June 2016

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23 June 2016 – EFG partners and interested ACE members are invited to join the EFG meeting, which takes place in Bologna on 28 June. The meeting is organised by Deutsches Filminstitut and ACE, both partners in Europeana DSI representing EFG. Aim of the meeting is to give an overview of the activities carried out
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BAAC 2016 Call for papers – Audiovisual Heritage and People: Connecting, Curating, Sharing

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12 May 2016 – At the center of this year’s conference of the Baltic Audiovisual Archives Council (BAAC), which will be held in Vilnius from 2-3 November 2016,  are Europe’s music and sound heritage collections.  Aim of the conference is to share best practices and problems connected to the curation and re-use of audiovisual content.
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ABCinema Plus workshop on rights issues for film education, Frankfurt, 13 April 2016

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5 April 2016 – Providing  critical viewing skills is key for young generations to understand the visual culture around them. European film archives have a longstanding expertise in teaching what film is  – a language, an art form, an expression of human activity. They offer varied film literacy activities (workshops, screenings, seminars, guided tours etc.)
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