Archive • April 2012

Call for Papers: Archiving the Arts symposium

posted April 24, 2012

The Association of Moving Image Archivists Student Chapter at New York University and Independent Media Arts Preservation invite submissions for a symposium titled Archiving the Arts: Addressing Preservation in the Creative Process, scheduled for October 13 2012 during Archives Week in New York City, organized by Archivists Round Table of Metropolitan New York. The symposium

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Young Film Archivists of LA

posted April 23, 2012

Young Film Archivists of LA

Many a movie fan was made at college, thanks to campus film organizations. In a fundraising effort, the Association of Moving Image Archivists (AMIA) Student Chapter at UCLA is running a monthly series of films at the New Beverly Cinema in Los Angeles. On May 4 2012, the chapter presents the second screening in its

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Categories: Events

Interviews with Moving Image Archivists

posted April 20, 2012

Interviews with Moving Image Archivists

Lance Watsky, coordinator of UCLA’s moving image archiving program, discusses challenges moving image archiving faces: Rob Byrne, president of the board of directors of the San Francisco Silent Film Festival, on becoming a moving image archivist:

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Categories: Features

Wonderful Alices, Throughout the Land

posted April 17, 2012

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Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland has been memorably adapted numerous times, as early as 1903 by Cecil Hepworth and Percy Stow (left). Throughout April, The Cinefamily, a hearth-warming, Los Angeles familiarizer of film, is presenting versions of the not-just-for-children classic. The selections are excerpted on the organization’s website. Included in the series are: Black Moon,

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Categories: Shorts

Whither the Easter Bunny?

posted April 8, 2012

Whither all the abandoned Easter bunnies? Jack-rabbit roundup, 1934. Bunnies, bunnies, bunnies. It’s a bunny fest. Forget bunnies as pets, buy your loved ones the mp3, instead. Alice in Wonderland, with rabbit, 1903

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Archivists Tell It Like It Is: More Interviews

posted April 5, 2012

Hannah Palin, moving image specialist at the University of Washington Libraries special collection, talks about how she became a moving image archivist. Leo Enticknap, lecturer in cinema at the Institute of Communications Studies at the University of Leeds, talks about how he became a moving image archivist.

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