ACE Workshop: Film Heritage: Access, exhibition and distribution in the 21st century
Don Giovanni Minzoni Street 14
25 June 2019, 2–5 p.m.
ACE General Assembly
Sala Cervi in Via Riva di Reno, 72
26 June 2019, 2 p.m.
According to the ACE statutes, film archives in a European country may be admitted as members, under the precondition that they
In practice, you should
After receiving your application, the Executive Committee will process it. When the application has been approved, you will become an ACE member with full rights after paying the annual membership fee, currently 700€.
All application related emails and mail should be sent to the General Secretary of the ACE.
This information can always be found in the ACE menu at the top as “ACE Member Application”.
DFF – Deutsches Filminstitut & Filmmuseum and Filmoteca Valenciana – IVC are partners the EU project NEMOSINE, which aims to set new standards for the preservation of audiovisual heritage by developing innovative “smart packages”.
The packages will be equipped with the latest sensor technology to monitor decomposition processes and adsorb decomposition products such as acetic acid. The focus is on films, photos and audio carriers based on cellulose. Aim of the four-year project is to achieve more efficient long-term archiving and increase the life cycle of films and other audiovisual objects. http://www.nemosineproject.eu/
To get an overview of current archival preservation conditions, could you please answer the following questions: Under what conditions do you store and preserve your collections? Which packaging / cans do you prefer? How satisfied are you with the existing solutions? What requirements do you think a “smart package” should meet?
This link will take you to the questionnaire:
Completing the seven pages of the survey will take about one hour. You can save and pause at any time (just click on the button at the bottom of the page). Please answer the questions to the best of your knowledge. As a potential user of the innovative cans your feedback is important to us. Your answers will be treated confidentially.
Deadline is 20 March 2019. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Thank you for your support!
With kind regards,
Kerstin Herlt, DFF – Deutsches Filminstitut & Filmmuseum (email@example.com)
Juan Ignacio Lahoz Rodrigo, Filmoteca Valenciana – IVC (firstname.lastname@example.org)
A new name, a new brand identity, a new study center on Eschersheimer Landstrasse, innovative exhibitions and other exciting projects: 2019 will be a special year for an institution that goes back, at its roots, to the Deutsches Institut for Filmkunde (DIF), which was founded 70 years ago on 13 April 1949. Say hello to the new DFF – Deutsches Filminstitut & Filmmuseum.
2018, the first year for new director Ellen Harrington, was a successful one, with 201,000 visitors in the Museum on the Schaumainkai alone, and 365,000 visitors worldwide at our touring exhibitions and film programs. Right at the beginning, Harrington initiated a series of processes to analyze the impact of the institution. In addition to extensive visitor surveys, a working group started in February to draft a new mission statement; the group also developed the new name that presents this international film heritage institution as a unified entity- the DFF – Deutsches Filminstitut & Filmmuseum.