Archival Film Today (Seminar)

Archival Film Today (Seminar)
May 26, 2015

Municipal Library of Prague
Mariánské náměstí 1, Prague 1

How to facilitate access to audiovisual heritage whether it has been digitised or not? Digitisation is being carried on under the rationale of enabling access, but it seems to be only the very first step in making sure that our audiovisual heritage is available, known and alive. Digitising enables access rather in theory, not necessarily in practice.

The seminar organised by the Czech National Film Archive and Creative Europe Desk Czech Republic – MEDIA, in partnership with Association des Cinémathèques Européennes – ACE and the Municipal Library of Prague will focus both on success stories and dead ends of making the 120 years of cinema in all of its forms accessible and preferably, accessed.

Full schedule

 

SCHEDULE

REGISTRATION
8.30–9.00

INTRODUCTION
9.00–9.30

Moderator: Alexander Michailidis (Ministry of Culture, Czech Republic)

Michal Bregant (Národní filmový archiv / National Film Archive, Czech Republic)
Pavlína Kalandrová (Creative Europe Desk Czech Republic – MEDIA, Czech Republic)
Anna Batistová (Národní filmový archiv / National Film Archive, Czech Republic)

PANEL 1
9.30–11.20
Luisa Comencini (Fondazione Cineteca Italiana, Italy)
Virtuality and Augmented Reality make their appearance in an Italian Film Archive

Alejandro Bachmann (Österreichisches Filmmuseum, Austria)
Don’t belive the Hype: Cinema as a Political Space of (Film-) Education

Małgorzata Tusk (Film Spring Open, Poland)
Mobile Centre of Audiovisual Education

Maciej Molewski (all DOTS, Poland)
Film heritage in digital world – advantages and dangers

LUNCH BREAK
11.20–12.40

PANEL 2
12.40–14.30
Elżbieta Wysocka (Filmoteka Narodowa, Poland)
The Digital Repository Project in Polish National Film Archive – beyond digitization

Julia Vytopil (Nederlands Instituut voor Beeld en Geluid, Netherlands)
After Images for the Future: Copyrights and access in a digital world

Kajsa Hedström (Svenska Filminstitutet, Sweden)
Access to film heritage in the digital era

Eirik Frisvold Hanssen (Nasjonalbiblioteket, Norway)
Imitating the Past: Cultural Memory and the Digitization of Norwegian Educational Films

COFFEE BREAK
14.30–15.00

PANEL 3
15.00–16.30
Martin Koerber (Deutsche Kinemathek, Germany)
A decade of digital access experiments in film archive and museum

Jan Müller (Nederlands Instituut voor Beeld en Geluid, Netherlands)
Designing and building the post-analogue audiovisual archive

Andrea Meneghelli (Fondazione Cineteca di Bologna, Italy)
“What are you doing with all that stuff?”: Analogue vs. Accessibility?

COFFEE BREAK
16.30–17.00

PANEL DISCUSSION
17.00–18.00
Anna Batistová (National Film Archive, Czech Republic)
Pavlína Kalandrová (Creative Europe Desk Czech Republic – MEDIA, Czech Republic)
Lars Gaustad (Nasjonalbiblioteket, Norway)
Martin Koerber (Deutsche Kinemathek, Germany)
Peter Csordás (Slovenský filmový ústav / Slovak Film Institute, Slovakia)