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Session 2: History Lessons

Lausanne, 8 April 2019


The identity and missions of national film archives were constructed in specific original contexts, different for each of them. Institutional histories are always social histories, going beyond the strict domain of archives. Political, economic, educational, or religious contexts have played important roles that still condition their contemporary and future development.


Moderator: Christophe Dupin (Senior Administrator, FIAF)

Please do not publish or re-use in any way any of these documents without prior permission of the speakers.


The German Reichsfilmarchiv (1934-1945) and the Origins of FIAF


Alexander Zöller, PhD candidate, Filmuniversität Babelsberg (Germany)

From Cine-club to Cinematheque: the Origins of institutions in Sout-America and the Specificities of the Cinemateca Uruguaya

Beatriz Tadeo Fuica; Marie Sklodowska Curie Fellow, Université Sorbonne (France) & Alejandra Trelles, Artistic Director, Cinemateca Uruguaya (not present)

Beatriz Tadeo Fuica & Alejandra Trelles' slide show

Beatriz Tadeo Fuica & Alejandra Trelles' notes

From Classroom Screenings to Film Archiving: the History of CSC-Cineteca Nazionale in Rome

Daniela Currò, Head Curator, Cineteca Nazionale (Italy)

IFI Irish Film Archive- an Evolution

Kasandra O’Connell, Head of IFI Irish Film Archive, Phd student at Dublin City University (Ireland)

Kasandra O'Connell's slide show

The Missions of the Cinémathèque suisse: a Historical Perspective

Alessia Bottani, Researcher, Cinémathèquie suisse/Université de Lausanne

Alessia Bottani's slide show


 

 

Photos : © Mikko Kuutti; © Carine Roth / Cinémathèque suisse

Session 2: History Lessons

Lausanne, 8 April 2019


The identity and missions of national film archives were constructed in specific original contexts, different for each of them. Institutional histories are always social histories, going beyond the strict domain of archives. Political, economic, educational, or religious contexts have played important roles that still condition their contemporary and future development.


Moderator: Christophe Dupin (Senior Administrator, FIAF)

Please do not publish or re-use in any way any of these documents without prior permission of the speakers.


The German Reichsfilmarchiv (1934-1945) and the Origins of FIAF


Alexander Zöller, PhD candidate, Filmuniversität Babelsberg (Germany)

From Cine-club to Cinematheque: the Origins of institutions in Sout-America and the Specificities of the Cinemateca Uruguaya

Beatriz Tadeo Fuica; Marie Sklodowska Curie Fellow, Université Sorbonne (France) & Alejandra Trelles, Artistic Director, Cinemateca Uruguaya (not present)

Beatriz Tadeo Fuica & Alejandra Trelles' slide show

Beatriz Tadeo Fuica & Alejandra Trelles' notes

From Classroom Screenings to Film Archiving: the History of CSC-Cineteca Nazionale in Rome

Daniela Currò, Head Curator, Cineteca Nazionale (Italy)

IFI Irish Film Archive- an Evolution

Kasandra O’Connell, Head of IFI Irish Film Archive, Phd student at Dublin City University (Ireland)

Kasandra O'Connell's slide show

The Missions of the Cinémathèque suisse: a Historical Perspective

Alessia Bottani, Researcher, Cinémathèquie suisse/Université de Lausanne

Alessia Bottani's slide show


 

 

Photos : © Mikko Kuutti; © Carine Roth / Cinémathèque suisse