The Women’s Film Preservation Fund of New York Women in Film & Television call for submissions for its film preservation grants for the 2020 cycle is still open but time is running out. The extended deadline is May 1.
Can movies and TV shows be successfully archived on DNA? That question has been raised by an ad hoc working group of the international JPEG Committee. While that and many other questions remain unanswered, one thing is known: researchers recently stored an episode of the German Netflix TV series Biohackers on DNA.
There will be a virtual ribbon cutting on Wednesday, January 27, highlighting the donation of the historic Michelson Cinema Research Library to the Internet Archive. At that time Lillian Michelson, 92, will unveil the first phase of her new digital collection. The Internet Archive’s founder and digital librarian, Brewster Kahle will also participate.
The Association of Moving Image Archivists conference committee is asking for proposal submissions for sessions, posters, and workshops for the AMIA Spring 2021 online conference, which is scheduled for April 13-16.
The historic Michelson Cinema Research Library, the legendary repository of all things Hollywood, was donated to the Internet Archive was today by the Library’s founder, Lillian Michelson. She and the Internet Archive’s founder and digital librarian, Brewster Kahle made the announcement jointly. A virtual ribbon cutting, panel discussion and a screening of the documentary Harold and Lillian: A Hollywood Love Story, will be held on Wednesday, January 27 from 4-6:30 PM PST. At that time Michelson, 92, will unveil the first phase of her new digital collection.
At this year’s Association of Moving Image Archivists annual conference, a special Keystone award — only the second one bestowed in the organization’s 30-year history — was presented to Martin Scorsese's The Film Foundation for 30 years of exceptional work in the area of preservation.
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the organization, four keynote speakers have been named for this year’s annual conference of the Association of Moving Images Archivists, which will be held online November 17-20.
The Association of Moving Image Archivists will present four awards during its annual conference this week, which is being held online November 17-20. The awards will be presented to the individuals and organizations that have demonstrated exceptional work in the areas of preservation.
Integrated Media Technologies has joined the Active Archive Alliance, which promotes modern strategies to solve data growth challenges. IMT’s software division recently introduced SoDA, an intelligent data management software application that provides real-time, actionable insights for data management strategies and cloud storage spend.
The Association of Moving Image Archivists has launched the AMIA Diversity and Inclusion Fellowship Program a new initiative designed to expand career opportunities, advance learning objectives and guide professionals from groups that have been traditionally underrepresented in the field of audiovisual archiving and preservation.