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BRICS Audiovisual Preservation Meeting

Niterói, Brazil

30 September – 3 October 2019

The BRICS Audiovisual Preservation Meeting, held from 30 September to 3 October 2019, will feature panels comprising researchers, moving image archivists, and representatives from film archives from Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa, always followed by debates with the audience. Simultaneous translation will be available. The event will be open to the public on the first three days: 30 September, 1 October, and 2 October, from 9:30 am to 1:00 pm.

The aim of the Meeting is to bring together audiovisual preservation professionals from the BRICS countries to discuss shared challenges and develop future partnerships. The Meeting is directed to anyone interested in the history, memory, and safeguarding of audiovisual productions.

The Meeting will be free of charge, and registration will be made available previously.


Schedule

DAY 1 – 30 Sept 2019

9.30 am – PANEL 1: BRICS Film Archives

Welcome Presentation: Rafael de Luna Freire (Laboratório Universitário de Preservação Audiovisual - Film Preservation University Lab, Fluminense Federal University - LUPA-UFF)

  • Mr. Nikolay Malakov (Gosfilmofond, Russia)

  • Ms. Zhang Lan (China Film Archive)

Discussant: Carlos Roberto de Souza (Associação Brasileira de Preservação Audiovisual - Brazilian Association of Audiovisual Preservation)

*20-minute presentations / 30-minute debate

 

11.30 am – PANEL 2: BRICS Film Archives

  • Mr. Lúcio Aguiar (Cinemateca Brasileira - Brazilian Film Archive)

  • Mr. Joseph Dlamini (National Film, Video, and Sound Archives, South Africa)

  • Mr. Prakash Magdum (National Film Archive of India)

Discussant: Carlos Roberto de Souza (Brazilian Association of Audiovisual Preservation)

*20-minute presentations / 30-minute debate

 

DAY 2 – 1 Oct 2019

9.30 am – PANEL 3: Getting to Know Each Other

  • Mr. Shi Chuan (Shanghai Theatre Academy, China)

  • Mr. Martin Botha (University of Cape Town, South Africa)

Chair and discussant: Hernani Heffner (Cinemateca do Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro – Film Archive of Rio de Janeiro’s Museum of Modern Art, Brazil)

*30-minute presentations / 20-minute debate

 

11.30 am – PANEL 4: Getting to Know Each Other

  • Mr. Peter Bagrov (George Eastman Museum, United States)

  • Mr. Ashish Rajadhyaksha (Centre for the Study of Culture and Society, India)

Chair and discussant: Hernani Heffner (Film Archive of Rio de Janeiro’s Museum of Modern Art, Brazil)

*30-minute presentations / 20-minute debate

 

DAY 3 – 2 Oct 2019

9.30 am – PANEL 5: Shared Challenges

  • Mr. Ashish Rajadhyaksha (Centre for the Study of Culture and Society, India)

  • Mr. Peter Bagrov (George Eastman Museum, United States)

  • Mr. Carlos Roberto de Souza (Brazilian Association of Audiovisual Preservation)

  • Mr. Martin Botha (University of Cape Town, South Africa)

  • Mr. Shi Chuan (Shanghai Theatre Academy, China)

Discussant: Rafael de Luna Freire (Fluminense Federal University, Brazil)

*10-minute presentations / 40-minute debate

 

11.30 am – PANEL 6: Future Partnerships

  • Mr. Prakash Magdum (National Film Archive of India)

  • Mr. Joseph Dlamini (National Film, Video, and Sound Archives, South Africa)

  • Mr. Lúcio Aguiar (Brazilian Film Archive)

  • Ms. Zhang Lan (China Film Archive)

  • Mr. Nikolay Malakov (Gosfilmofond, Russia)

Discussant: Rafael de Luna Freire (Fluminense Federal University, Brazil)

*10-minute presentations / 40-minute debate

 

DAY 4 – 3 Oct 2019

Guest-only activities. Work meetings and visits to institutions (to be confirmed).

For more information: https://bricsfilmfestival.com.br/en/activities/brics-audiovisual-preservation-meeting

 

BRICS Audiovisual Preservation Meeting

Niterói, Brazil

30 September – 3 October 2019

The BRICS Audiovisual Preservation Meeting, held from 30 September to 3 October 2019, will feature panels comprising researchers, moving image archivists, and representatives from film archives from Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa, always followed by debates with the audience. Simultaneous translation will be available. The event will be open to the public on the first three days: 30 September, 1 October, and 2 October, from 9:30 am to 1:00 pm.

The aim of the Meeting is to bring together audiovisual preservation professionals from the BRICS countries to discuss shared challenges and develop future partnerships. The Meeting is directed to anyone interested in the history, memory, and safeguarding of audiovisual productions.

The Meeting will be free of charge, and registration will be made available previously.


Schedule

DAY 1 – 30 Sept 2019

9.30 am – PANEL 1: BRICS Film Archives

Welcome Presentation: Rafael de Luna Freire (Laboratório Universitário de Preservação Audiovisual - Film Preservation University Lab, Fluminense Federal University - LUPA-UFF)

  • Mr. Nikolay Malakov (Gosfilmofond, Russia)

  • Ms. Zhang Lan (China Film Archive)

Discussant: Carlos Roberto de Souza (Associação Brasileira de Preservação Audiovisual - Brazilian Association of Audiovisual Preservation)

*20-minute presentations / 30-minute debate

 

11.30 am – PANEL 2: BRICS Film Archives

  • Mr. Lúcio Aguiar (Cinemateca Brasileira - Brazilian Film Archive)

  • Mr. Joseph Dlamini (National Film, Video, and Sound Archives, South Africa)

  • Mr. Prakash Magdum (National Film Archive of India)

Discussant: Carlos Roberto de Souza (Brazilian Association of Audiovisual Preservation)

*20-minute presentations / 30-minute debate

 

DAY 2 – 1 Oct 2019

9.30 am – PANEL 3: Getting to Know Each Other

  • Mr. Shi Chuan (Shanghai Theatre Academy, China)

  • Mr. Martin Botha (University of Cape Town, South Africa)

Chair and discussant: Hernani Heffner (Cinemateca do Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro – Film Archive of Rio de Janeiro’s Museum of Modern Art, Brazil)

*30-minute presentations / 20-minute debate

 

11.30 am – PANEL 4: Getting to Know Each Other

  • Mr. Peter Bagrov (George Eastman Museum, United States)

  • Mr. Ashish Rajadhyaksha (Centre for the Study of Culture and Society, India)

Chair and discussant: Hernani Heffner (Film Archive of Rio de Janeiro’s Museum of Modern Art, Brazil)

*30-minute presentations / 20-minute debate

 

DAY 3 – 2 Oct 2019

9.30 am – PANEL 5: Shared Challenges

  • Mr. Ashish Rajadhyaksha (Centre for the Study of Culture and Society, India)

  • Mr. Peter Bagrov (George Eastman Museum, United States)

  • Mr. Carlos Roberto de Souza (Brazilian Association of Audiovisual Preservation)

  • Mr. Martin Botha (University of Cape Town, South Africa)

  • Mr. Shi Chuan (Shanghai Theatre Academy, China)

Discussant: Rafael de Luna Freire (Fluminense Federal University, Brazil)

*10-minute presentations / 40-minute debate

 

11.30 am – PANEL 6: Future Partnerships

  • Mr. Prakash Magdum (National Film Archive of India)

  • Mr. Joseph Dlamini (National Film, Video, and Sound Archives, South Africa)

  • Mr. Lúcio Aguiar (Brazilian Film Archive)

  • Ms. Zhang Lan (China Film Archive)

  • Mr. Nikolay Malakov (Gosfilmofond, Russia)

Discussant: Rafael de Luna Freire (Fluminense Federal University, Brazil)

*10-minute presentations / 40-minute debate

 

DAY 4 – 3 Oct 2019

Guest-only activities. Work meetings and visits to institutions (to be confirmed).

For more information: https://bricsfilmfestival.com.br/en/activities/brics-audiovisual-preservation-meeting