Symposium: Digital Film Restoration within Archives
September 21-23 2011
Austrian Film Gallery, Krems, Austria
In cooperation with Filmarchiv Austria and the Austrian Film Museum, Austrian Film Gallery, Krems, is holding a symposium that offers panels and discussions on various subjects, from restoration ethics to documentation, as well as on practical challenges of new digital technologies.
Participating archives & institutions include George Eastman House, EYE Film Institute Netherlands, Deutsche Kinemathek – Museum für Film und Fernsehen, Imperial War Museum London, Fuji Film Corporation, reto.ch Ltd, Danish Film Institute, Arri Group, JOANNEUM RESEARCH, hs art, Filmarchiv Austria, Austrian Film Museum, and others.
Topics of sessions include “The Digital Future of Analogue Film Archives”; “There’s No Such Thing as Digital Restoration”; “Grain and Pixel: Preserving, Restoring, and Presenting Film in Transition”; and “Photographic Film Technology for Digital Image Preservation”
Details, including speakers list and biographies, registration, and links to local accommodations, can be found online.
Previous Post: Jazz Icons Update
Next Post: What the DVD has done for the study of film.