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International Short Film Festival Oberhausen

posted June 1, 2010

29 April – May 4, 2010 Oberhausen, Germany Oberhausen showcases short film as the fount of film experimentation and innovation, a hotbed of new ideas presented in moving images of many kinds: film and video, short fiction film or essay, installation, graduation film or artist’s video, animation, documentary, and hybrids of all those. Of about

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National Museum of the American Indian seeks interns

posted May 27, 2010

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National Museum of the American Indian Internship Program

posted May 27, 2010

The National Museum of the American Indian, in Washington DC, seeks students interested in gaining museum practice and program development experience to work as interns during four sessions lasting 10 weeks throughout the year. The positions are open to current or prospective graduate students in all fields of study, regardless of citizenship. Applicants must be

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William O’Farrell Fellowship Awarded

posted May 26, 2010

Northeast Historic Film has awarded its inaugural William O’Farrell Fellowship to Caitlin McGrath, a doctoral candidate in cinema and media studies at the University of Chicago. The Fellowship provides a stipend of $1,500 to support research at NHF, a regional moving image archives established in 1986 and located in Bucksport, Maine. NHF awards the O’Farrell

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“The Feature” at Anthology Film Archives

posted May 25, 2010

The Feature is video artist Michael Auder’s 2008 semi-autobiographical filmed diary, “with the archive of footage Auder has amassed over the decades providing much of the source material, alongside new scenes shot by co-director Andrew Neel (the grandson of painter Alice Neel).” Screens nightly at 7pm, with additional shows Saturday and Sunday at 3pm.

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Cinecon Classic Film Festival in Hollywood

posted May 25, 2010

Cinecon 46 will show “nearly thirty rare silent and early sound feature films and as many short subjects from the nation’s leading film archives and Hollywood studio vaults, and Cinecon is dedicated to showcasing unusual films that are rarely given public screenings.” Note preliminary schedule here.

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Caroline Frick Named Eastman House Curator

posted May 25, 2010

Caroline Frick has been named the sixth curator of motion pictures at George House International Museum of Photography and Film, which was founded 61 years ago, and is the third largest film archive in the US. Frick has worked in film preservation at Warner Bros., the Library of Congress, and the National Archives in Washington,

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Revamping Canadian Archives

posted May 25, 2010

Daniel J. Caron, Librarian and Archivist of Canada, has launched a series of dialogues with the Canadian archival community about the role of Library and Archives Canada (LAC). He is looking for input on what the national archive is doing right, wrong, well, and not well enough. What new services should it offer? What strategies

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New US Archivist

posted May 25, 2010

In November, David S. Ferriero was sworn in as the tenth Archivist of the United States, the first librarian to hold the position. The librarian and library administrator was previously the director of the New York Public Library where he worked after serving as University Librarian and vice provost for library affairs at Duke University.

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AMIA 20th Anniversary Edition of The Moving Image

posted May 25, 2010

Marsha and Devin Orgeron, editors of The Moving Image: The Journal of the Association of Moving Image Archivists, have gathered input for an expanded Forum section of the publication (issue 11.1 of early 2011) which will commemorate AMIA’s 20th anniversary. The tentative lineup for the issue, which will be the first issue of 2011, includes

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