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International Symposium: “Reimaging the Archive

UCLA Film & Television Archive, and INA (Institut National de l'Audiovisuel, France), with the collaboration of the U.S. Library of Congress, will present a three-day international Symposium: “Reimaging the Archive”: Remapping and Remixing Traditional Models in the Digital Era, this Friday, November 12-14 on the UCLA campus in Westwood. Many of the world’s leading moving image archivists and media companies—as well as academics and researchers from around the world (including NYU, University of Amsterdam, Warner Archive Collection, Academy Science & Technology Council, Stanford University, University of Arizona, among others)—will converge to discuss the future of moving image archiving and access, including issues related to the role of archiving in the digital era; emerging technologies and business models; and new research. Please let me know as soon as possible if you would like to cover/attend any of the upcoming panels.

Saturday morning’s demonstration, Case Studies New Platforms, will explore several cutting edge business models already in use for pushing moving image content out online to consumers, including Warner Archive Collection Online’s “DVD on Demand” initiative and Deluxe Archive Solutions groundbreaking “Tonight Show with Johnny Carson” project.

Case Studies New Platforms will feature Jan-Christopher Horak, Director, UCLA Film & Television Archive as moderator, as well as esteemed guests George Feltenstein, Senior Vice President, Theatrical Catalog Marketing, Warner Archive Collection Online; Tyler Leshney, Vice President, and Bob Schumacher, both from Deluxe Archive Solutions; and Jean Marc Bordes, Chief Operating Officer Institut National de l’Audiovisuel.

Saturday afternoon’s panel, Saving the Game: New Approaches to Preserving Videogame Culture, will explore current issues in preserving not only videogames themselves, but approaches and strategies that acknowledge the growing social importance of these games and their contribution to our culture. Participants include researchers from the University of Texas, Stanford University, University of Arizona, UCLA and Arizona State University.

Finally, Sunday’s Closing Plenary, Reimagining the Archive: The Challenges of Digitization, will feature leaders of three of the world’s largest and most prestigious moving image archives discussing both progress already made in transitioning from analog to digital access models and the challenges ahead for non-profit archives as they continue to make their content available online. Participants will be Jan-Christopher Horak, Director, UCLA Film & Television Archive; Roei Amit, Head of Multimedia Publishing, Institut National de l’Audiovisuel (INA); and Gregory A. Lukow, Chief, Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division, U.S. Library of Congress.

For a complete guide to the Symposium’s schedule of events, please visit: http://www.cinema.ucla.edu/.

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