Sat

25/06

> 09:00

FIAF Congress – Symposium / 1

New Life for Cinema’s Past
Film archives have been restoring films for eighty years. A new sensitivity evolved over the course of the twentieth century, and over the past ten years the digital shake-up has changed how film restoration is viewed.

Introductory remarks: Gian Luca Farinelli (Cineteca di Bologna):
Eighty Years of Restorations

Nicola Mazzanti (Cinémathèque Royale de Belgique):
Digital vs. Analog, or “A horse is a horse”

Thierry Frémaux (Cannes Classics/Institut Lumière):
Classic Cinema for a New Audience: Restorations and New Prints in the Digital Era

Conversation: Kevin Brownlow (Photoplay Productions) and Josh Siegel (MoMa)
Conversation: Alexander Horwath (Austrian Filmmuseum) and Martin Koerber (Deutsche Kinemathek). The Old Life. Reframing Film Restoration

Esteve Riambau (Filmoteca de Catalunya):
Restorations: is it necessary to rewrite the History of Cinema?

ROUND TABLE: Grover Crisp (Sony Columbia), Davide Pozzi (l’Immagine Ritrovata), David Walsh (Fiaf Technical Commission): What’s the next step? Coordinated by Gian Luca Farinelli

 

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Saturday 25/06/2016
09:00 - 12:30 pm