Searching the archive: Family Home New Year 1964
‘Grindhouse Nostalgia: Memory, Home Video and Exploitation Film Fandom’ By David Church (Edinburgh University Press, 2015).
Free chapter available at Grindhouse Nostalgia
Captured on film: footage of Cambridge student life during WWII: ‘Previously unseen archive footage has been made available online which shows student life in Cambridge at the start of the Second World War.’
Two recent research papers on amateur film and amateur inter-media will be presented at ‘The Many Lives of Indian Cinema: 1913-2013 and beyond‘ conference, Delhi, 8-11 January 2014:
– ‘Hindi Cinema: An Amateur Inter-Media Assortment’, Ravikant, Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, and Prabhat K Jha, Ankur Societies for Alternatives in Education, Delhi.
– ‘Archiving Colonial Memories: Amateur Films vs. Imperial History’, Annamaria Motrescu-Mayes, University of Cambridge.
The conference program is available here.
Happy New Year!
Slow-paced games, family quality time and … Merry Christmas!
‘Sinister‘ , dir. Scott Derrickson (2012) – “the film opens with Super 8 footage depicting a family of four standing beneath a tree with hoods over their heads and nooses around their necks. An unseen figure saws through a …”
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Previously-unseen cine films from Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s private collection – many of them shot by the Queen herself – were broadcast tonight in a BBC documentary ‘A Jubilee Tribute to The Queen’. Watch an excerpt at http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-18291606 and the documentary at http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01jhxjy.