Archives for September2012

’48 Hour Film Project’ weekend in Hanoi, Málaga, Prague and Utrecht

28th – 30th September:’48 Hour Film Project’ Hanoi
28th – 30th September:’48 Hour Film Project’ Málaga
28th – 30th September:’48 Hour Film Project’ Prague
28th – 30th September:’48 Hour Film Project’ Utrecht

Real ‘Christopher Robin’ (Milne) in an amateur film from 1929

The son of Alan Alexander Milne (author of Winnie-the-Pooh, 1926), Christopher Robin Milne, appears briefly in a short amateur film – ‘Pageant of Ashdown Forest 1929’ – dressed as Winnie-the-Pooh character ‘Christopher Robin’ alongside children dressed as Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore, Tigger and Kanga.

This films belongs to the Nightingale Family Collection held by Screen Archive South East.

Screening of a rare 28mm home movie from the 1910s.

The ‘Amateur Film Day’ / ‘Dag van de Amateurfilm’ (28 September 2012, Utrecht, NL), will include the screening of a rare 28mm home movie from the 1910s. The event is organised by the Stichting Amateurfilm. For press release see ACSN Events.

New titles added to the ACSN Bibliography

Papers on amateur films and home movies presented at the NECS Conference: Time Networks: Screen Media and Memory (New University of Lisbon and the University of Coimbra, Portugal, 21-­23 June, 2012) and at the Screen Studies Conference (University of Glasgow, 29 June – 1 July 2012) have been added to the ACSN Selected Bibliography.

“Cairo filmmakers take to the streets”

The Cairo ’48 Hour Film Project ‘:  13 – 15 September 2012.

‘Farming at Gifford, 1953’

Farming at Gifford, 1953‘, collection held by the Scottish Screen Archive.

© 2012 Amateur Cinema Studies Network (ACSN)