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Massimo Benvegnú Appointed Head of FIAF's Programming and Access to Collections Commission (PACC)


The FIAF Executive Committee is pleased to announce the appointment of Massimo Benvegnú, Print Coordinator at EYE Filmmuseum in Amsterdam, as the new Head of the Programming and Access to Collections Commission, where he succeeds Meg Labrum. The Executive Committee's decision - a tough one, as there were two other strong candidates to that position - was made at its last meeting in Prague on 13-14 November.

Born and brought up in Italy, Massimo Benvegnú trained as part of the European Archimedia programme in the late 1990s. He worked for the Venice Film Festival and the Haghefilm Foundation, before joining the programming department at EYE in 2011. He has published a number of monographies of filmmakers and other books on cinema in his home country. Last February, he led a very popular workshop for the second FIAF Winter School on Programming Film Heritage at the Cinémathèque française.

Massimo Benvegnú Appointed Head of FIAF's Programming and Access to Collections Commission (PACC)


The FIAF Executive Committee is pleased to announce the appointment of Massimo Benvegnú, Print Coordinator at EYE Filmmuseum in Amsterdam, as the new Head of the Programming and Access to Collections Commission, where he succeeds Meg Labrum. The Executive Committee's decision - a tough one, as there were two other strong candidates to that position - was made at its last meeting in Prague on 13-14 November.

Born and brought up in Italy, Massimo Benvegnú trained as part of the European Archimedia programme in the late 1990s. He worked for the Venice Film Festival and the Haghefilm Foundation, before joining the programming department at EYE in 2011. He has published a number of monographies of filmmakers and other books on cinema in his home country. Last February, he led a very popular workshop for the second FIAF Winter School on Programming Film Heritage at the Cinémathèque française.