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Restoration Summer School 2014 – Deadline for application postponed to April 11th

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Film Restoration Summer School / FIAF Summer School 2012

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  4 May 2012 – The 5th edition of the Film Restoration Summer School / FIAF Summer School will take place in Bologna from June to July 2012. The project is organised and hosted by Cineteca di Bologna in collaboration with ACE and FIAF. The main objective of the Summer School is to teach and
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DAEFH Study – Final Report

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The final report of the Study on a Digital Agenda for European Film Heritage is available on-line.  The Study was launched in January 2011 to assess the impact of digitisation for European film archives. It has been conducted  by peacefulfish Productions Ltd, subcontractors were Red Cat Technologies, the University of Helsinki/IPR University Center and the
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Pola Negri in MANIA – World Tour of A Silent Film

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7 November 2011 – « Mania – The history of a cigarette factory worker” (1918) starring legendary Polish actress Pola Negri will be screened at Volksbühne Berlin on 8 November.  In 2006, a copy was found in a Czech film collection and acquired by Filmoteca Narodowa (National Polish Archive). The heavily damaged film was fully reconstructed,
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International Symposium « Digital Cinema: What Does the Future Hold for Cinematheques?”

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19 September 2011 – On 13 and 14 October, film makers, curators and historians, technicians, and producers, will meet at La Cinémathèque Française in Paris to discuss the transition from analogue to digital and its impact on the founding missions of cinematheques : to collect, conserve, restore and show. The symposium will focus on 4
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Austrian Film Museum Publishes Schlemmer Frame Collection

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28 April 2010 – The Schlemmer Frame Collection is the property of Edith Schlemmer, the former chief archivist of the Austrian Film Museum. Mrs. Schlemmer had received it in the 1960s as a donation from an anonymous collector, and decided to make it available to the Austrian Film Museum for purposes of research and publication. This little
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