AMIA and the Alamo Drafthouse, in partnership with The Film Foundation, are offering a three day projection workshop for projectionists and staff presenting 35mm film in theaters. The workshop offers speakers and hands-on tutorials for projectionists working with 35mm film prints and will focus on film preparation and projection as well as special stipulations for archival projection, and coordinating with lending institutions. The workshop is aimed at those who have some booth experience and are looking to expand their knowledge and skills.
In addition to special speakers, the workshop program will cover:
Coordinating with Lending Institutions
Archival Industry Standards, Guiding Principles & Best Practices
Print Handling and Inspection for Archival Materials
Identifying & Creating Cues, Best Practices
Format Standards & Empirical Identification for Image
Format Standards & Empirical Identification for Sound
Variable-speed Principles & Operation
Parcel Systems, Hazards, and Best Shipping Practices
Advanced Splicing, Splicer Maintenance and Repair
Advanced Projector Inspection and Maintenance for Archival Materials
Installation and Alignment of Xenon Lamps for Archival Projection, Best Practices
Sound Reproducer Alignment
Instruction and curriculum development is from archivists and projectionists experienced in the handling of rare and archival prints.
Other workshop partners include Boston Light & Sound, Kodak, TAMI, and Art House Convergence.
Registration is open at www.projectionworkshop.com