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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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Stephanie Sapienza, project manager at American Archive, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, talks about skills needed to work in moving image archiving. Deborah Steinmetz, director of the Steven Spielberg Jewish Film Archive in Jerusalem, describes her work.
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
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.