Étiquette : Restoration

Toute la mémoire du monde, Festival International du Film Restorée à La Cinémathèque du 27 novembre au 2 décembre 2012 / fr

Pour sa première édition, le festival propose plus de 40 séances à travers trois sections de programmation (Hommage à la Film Foundation de Martin Scorsese – Restaurations et incunables – Les débuts du cinéma sonore 1900-1932), ainsi que des ateliers, conférences, tables rondes, ciné-concerts et démonstrations. De nombreuses restaurations sont présentées en France pour la première fois: All That Jazz de Bob Fosse (1979), Au feu les pompiers ! de Mi los Forman (1967), Chantage d’Al fred Hitchcock (1929), Le Cadavre vivant de Fedor Ozep (1929), Déchéance de Clarence Brown (1925), L’Évadée d’Arthur Ripley (1946), Je suis un fugitif d’Alberto Cavalcanti (1947), Le Joli Mai de Chris Marker et Pierre Lhomme (1962), M de Joseph Losey (1951), Misère au borinage de Joris Ivens et Henri Storck (1933) ou la version sonore de Solitude de Paul Fejos (1928). En partenariat avec Fonds Culturel-Franco Americain

Dossier de presse

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Film Restoration Summer School / FIAF Summer School 2012

 

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 update participants on how to restore and preserve a film through the use of photochemical and new digital technologies. It is designed for both for archivists and staff working at FIAF archives, and students. For the Festival Edition 2012, ACE awarded  a scholarship to five applicants.

Programme and timetable 2012
On-line Distance Learning: 9 May- 20 June (on Wednesdays)
Theory Classes: Bologna, Il Cinema Ritrovato Film Festival, 23 – 30 June
Restoration Practice: Bologna, 2 – 13 July During the internship, participants are supervised by international experts and laboratory staff to put into practice what they learned during their first week of theory.

Please find more information, the full programme and the list of the 36 selected participants here.

For further information, please contact Elena Tammacaro.

International Symposium « Digital Cinema: What Does the Future Hold for Cinematheques?”

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 topics:

  • The digital revolution today and tomorrow
  • Digital filming: writing in sand?
  • Restoration and digitisation of collections
  • What future for cinematheques?

View the full programme here.