Archive • February 2012

Interviews with Moving Image Archivists

posted February 29, 2012

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Here are two more of a series of interviews with moving image archivists and people working in related fields that we’ll be posting over the next couple of weeks. A while ago, we asked some folks in the moving image archiving world what they do in their jobs, how they got involved in the field,

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Interviews with Moving Image Archivists

posted February 28, 2012

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A while ago, we at Moving Image Archive News interviewed some folks in the world of moving image archiving, preservation, and restoration about what they do in their jobs, how they got involved in the field, and the like. Over the next few weeks, you can see what they said, here on the site. If

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Films University Students Don’t Know About

posted February 27, 2012

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In The Chronicle of Higher Education, Gina Barreca, a professor of English and feminist theory at the University of Connecticut, remarks that although an extraordinary proportion of American college students are aspiring screen writers, their film literacy is, well, limited. She lists 40 movies that few if any of her students would seem to have

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