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Session 4: Specialized archives

Lausanne, 8 April 2019


Rethinking the future of film archives cannot be abstract: certain institutions, through the unique characteristics of their missions, are confronted with specific problems. Broad or limited, homogenous or transversal, these collections of specialized archives thus confront common issues that are decisive for their evolution.


Moderator: Benoît Turquety (Professor, University of Lausanne)

Please do not publish or re-use in any way any of these documents without prior permission of the speakers.


“Education is the Passport to the Future…” University Archives and their Special Collections in the world of Film Archives

Lydia Pappas, Assistant Director and Curator, University of South Carolina (USA)

Lydia Pappas' slide show (without the videos)

Lydia Pappas' notes

Continue the Collection and Projection of Film Prints in Universities

Laure Gaudenzi, Programmation & collection film, Cinémathèque universitaire, Université Paris 3 – Sorbonne nouvelle (France)

Laure Gaudenzi's slide show

Laure Gauzenzi's notes

Between History, Archives and Film Collections: The Story of the ANCR, the National Film Archive of Italian Resistance

Valentina Rossetto, Film archivist and conservator, Archivio Nazionale Cinematografico della Resistenza (ANCR) (Italy)

Valentina Rossetto's slide show

The Territory of Marey: the Burgundian Case

Nicholas Petiot, Directeur Général, Cinémathèque de Bourgogne, Jean Douchet (France)

Nicholas Petiot's slide show


Holding the Past – Presenting it for the Future

Deborah Steinmetz, Director and Client Services Librarian, Steven Spielberg Jewish Film Archive (Israel)

Deborah Steinmetz's slide show

 


 

 

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

Session 4: Specialized archives

Lausanne, 8 April 2019


Rethinking the future of film archives cannot be abstract: certain institutions, through the unique characteristics of their missions, are confronted with specific problems. Broad or limited, homogenous or transversal, these collections of specialized archives thus confront common issues that are decisive for their evolution.


Moderator: Benoît Turquety (Professor, University of Lausanne)

Please do not publish or re-use in any way any of these documents without prior permission of the speakers.


“Education is the Passport to the Future…” University Archives and their Special Collections in the world of Film Archives

Lydia Pappas, Assistant Director and Curator, University of South Carolina (USA)

Lydia Pappas' slide show (without the videos)

Lydia Pappas' notes

Continue the Collection and Projection of Film Prints in Universities

Laure Gaudenzi, Programmation & collection film, Cinémathèque universitaire, Université Paris 3 – Sorbonne nouvelle (France)

Laure Gaudenzi's slide show

Laure Gauzenzi's notes

Between History, Archives and Film Collections: The Story of the ANCR, the National Film Archive of Italian Resistance

Valentina Rossetto, Film archivist and conservator, Archivio Nazionale Cinematografico della Resistenza (ANCR) (Italy)

Valentina Rossetto's slide show

The Territory of Marey: the Burgundian Case

Nicholas Petiot, Directeur Général, Cinémathèque de Bourgogne, Jean Douchet (France)

Nicholas Petiot's slide show


Holding the Past – Presenting it for the Future

Deborah Steinmetz, Director and Client Services Librarian, Steven Spielberg Jewish Film Archive (Israel)

Deborah Steinmetz's slide show

 


 

 

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