It had to serve as a springboard for Vardar Film and to help this new production company prove itself before the more experienced competitors on the Yugoslav film market, all of them being better staffed and technically equipped film production companies. Above all, it had to be a good film. Through photographs, several interesting details, press clippings, recorded memories of the authors and many other documents we tell the story of the "Miss Stone" movie: how the idea was developed into a script and then filmed by a hard-working and relatively inexperienced film crew.
Both scenarios for the films came from required reading school books. Younger pupils watched Croatian animated movie "Baltazar" made by Zagreb film , which is still popular among pupils.
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Este taller fue impartido por el Mtro. Recently we finished the epic task of digitising cassettes — demos, live tapes and documentaries — donated by the iconic Wellington radio station in Have a look at the Library catalogue to choose your favourite. You can listen to it when you are at the Library.
Start browsing here:. The event began with the opening remark by Ms. Chalida Uabumrunjit, the director of the Film Archive. The first panel was the lauching the Thai translation of Dr. The guest speakers were Mr.
Dome Sukvong, the founder of the Film Archive and Ms. The AV heritage presentation started with the screening of the national Thai film heritage, the 2nd professional Thai golf tournament in The presentation was narrated by Mr. Pluethipol Prachumpol, the director of the First Antique Phonograph Museum, presented the first recording of the royal anthem recorded in in Berlin. The celebration was closed by Mr. Pluethipol Prachumpol inviting all participants led by Mr.
Dome Sukvong to record the voice with Thomas A Edison's phonograph. It was the histocal record that, hopefully, the participants of Wolrd Day of AV Heritage in next century, namely , would be able to play. Extensiones del pensamiento que dan sentido al patrimonio cultural. Both the chairman and director of TFI spoke about the rising awareness of film preservation and restoration in Taiwan. This awareness is the founding rock on which we can hope to bring back our collective memory expressed through audiovisual arts. The overall condition of the film has been largely improved after color correction and grading, but it is still limited to an extent as different source materials exhibit different inherent qualities.
Apart from a screening, the event also consisted of a briefing on the restoration process and a comparison of the before-and-after images which further demonstrated the enhancement that can be brought forth by restoration. Six binder files and reels and reels of film material tell the adventure of an expedition to Mexico 30 years ago.
The description of audio flaws and peculiarities of a sound document is part of the audio archiving practice as it formulates the link between the history of the carrier and the nature of the recorded sound, at the time of digitization. In a context of worldwide globalization and sharing, the accessibility of audio collections cannot do without a good understandability of the idioms used in this description.
Yet, we observe that the terminologies used are not the same between two countries, two institutions, two digital collections, two digitization operators. With 13 years of experience in digitizing audio carriers for major European institutions, Gecko has acquired a valuable knowledge of these issues and wishes to share a practical survey on the homogenization of the specific descriptive audio technical words, based on past and on-going digitization projects.
An approach will be proposed by Emiliano Flores that avoids both inaccurate or erroneous idioms and prevents the coexistence of many different words for one audio phenomenon. The presentation also aims at opening a discussion on the topic of one-to-one idiom matches between languages, with the future in mind.
For further information on this digitization program, please contact Christophe Dupin c. It has got a new ScanStation scanner 5.
Mondays are reserved for service with the Archice's clients, mainly film producers who need access to mostly documentary material for their productions. Groups of people e. The film won first prize at the Karlovy Vary festival in The Witness is one of the most successful Hungarian cult films, with its quotations becoming bywords and its characters symbols.
This is the first time an audience can see the fully restored film, then it is rereleased to cinemas across the country from 8 November. GIFs are tiny looping animations that play a large role in the day to day digital communication and have done so for a couple of decades now. They are a great example of the contemporary remix culture where audiovisual materials are continuously reused and reinterpreted. They help us share stories with one another and express our feelings through immediate visual cues.
It is about time we start considering GIFs as part of our cultural heritage that needs to be preserved for the future generations. But where do we start? What GIFs should be collected and where do we find them? GIFs are scattered all over the internet and different social platforms.
An important aspect of the contemporary participatory culture online is that digital artefacts like GIFs belong to the communities of users who make, remake and share them. If we want to make a GIF collection, we need to get these communities involved in the process. Our followers will be able to vote on the GIFs that they want to see preserved for the future. You can read more about the GIF collection here.
This collaborative digitization project, funded by Collaborative Cataloguing Japan in Philadelphia, USA, also includes the creation of the 16mm inter-negatives. Photo: "Ainu Mosir", Lake says that the NFSA's collection of 2. Vorobieff adds: ''If we don't digitise this kind of stuff now, especially material from the 60s and 70s, they're not going to be around.
The National Archives of Singapore presents a selection of audiovisual materials and oral history interviews that we have collected and judiciously preserved over the past 50 years for you and our future generations. They capture the times that Singaporeans celebrated, stood up proudly and even cried. Travel to scenes that have vanished and enjoy the treasured memories of Singaporeans from different walks of life. Esses arquivos ajudam a crescer e a compreender o mundo partilhado por todos. Want to see how AAPB's stations are participating?
Take a look at Louisiana Public Broadcasting! This unique historic material, created as early as the s and often lacking closed captioning, represents our shared and diverse cultural heritage. However, these computer-generated transcripts lack accuracy, and the AAPB is seeking the help of the public to correct them.follow
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Transcribe to Digitize Challenge Details For the Transcribe to Digitize Challenge, a minimum of 20 transcripts must be corrected for a station to meet the challenge, and George Blood will then provide free digitization for 20 tapes selected by that station. Up to transcripts can be corrected for tapes to be digitized per station. The digitized materials will be delivered back to each station, and a copy will also go to the AAPB for long-term preservation at the Library of Congress and access through the AAPB website!
Home movies provide invaluable records of our families and our communities: they document vanished storefronts, questionable fashions, adorable pets, long-departed loved ones, and neighborhoods-in-transition. Many Chicagoans still possess these old reels, passed down from generation to generation, but lack the projection equipment to view them properly and safely. From am until pm archivists and projectionists will inspect and project all celluloid home movies that walk in the door. We encourage providers of these gems to introduce their films to an eager HMD audience.
On 27 October , the World Day for Audiovisual Heritage , the British Library will release a set of messages and time-lapse videos on Twitter and other social media highlighting the preservation story of an analogue magnetic audiotape from its collections being prepared and digitised for permanent preservation. The tape's story starts with it being retrieved from the tape stores, being catalogued, the playback tape deck prepared, then the recording digitised.
Films in this program: Chlapi z Gaderskej doliny dir. Jaroslav Pogran , Rozhovor dir. Martin Slivka. Badyanov and "We Will Live! Leonid Bykov" by "Glas" television and radio company. As the most important music archiving Institution in Taiwan, the Taiwan Music Institute has been committed to the preservation of precious audiovisual literature for many years and has also received donations from all parties.
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In order to thank these donors, we hosted a special donation ceremony on the morning of the World Day for Audiovisual Heritage. This year we are particularly pleased to receive a number of music artifacts from the Ostasien-Institut e. In the afternoon, we invited Michael Mason and Dave Walker, two experts from the Smithsonian Institution, to share how they built a sustainable development in national museums to transfer knowledge, preserve valuable literature, promote mass education, and strengthen community connections.
Welcome to join us! Lawrence Island, in the Bering Sea, compiled from sequences shot by Shepherd, a visiting Alaskan fur trader, during trips made to the island between the late s and early s.