Amateur Cinema Studies Network News

Vienna Home Movie Day 2020, October 17

The Austrian Film Museum will present a special curated program from its own collection of amateur films. The program will be available from the 17t October 2020.

INEDITS talks: 21 October 2020, ‘The Archiving of Amateur Films and Home Movies in the States of the Former Eastern bloc’, by Jiří Horníček, Andrei Florin, Andrzej Tuziak – Narodni Film Archive.

For more information see Association INEDITS – Online

Launched in 2020: Memoryscapes – Il cinema privato online.

For further information see Memoryscapes, Home Movies Digital Archives, Bologna, IT.

INEDITS talks: 13 October 2020, ‘Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision – Amateurfilm Platform’ by Valentine Kuypers

For more information see Association INEDITS – Online

Moving Image Research Collections @ Home Movie Day Month

MIRC will be participating in HMD 2020 virtually by presenting 3 different themed compilations of Home Movies on 10th, 17th and 24th of October.

INEDITS talks: 6 October 2020, ‘Re-framing home movies: a (possible) handbook for the creative re-use of home movies’ by Gianmarco Torri

For more information see Association INEDITS – Online

INEDITS 2020 – talks and seminars

For a complete list of ‘e-nedits” meetings see Association INEDITS – Online

2020 ‘Virtual Views’

MoMA ‘Virtual Views: Home Movies

Amateur Cinema SIG – BAFTSS conference panel, 18 April 2020

ACSN is co-organising the ‘Amateur cinema and social networks of screen culture’ panel for the 8th annual BAFTSS Conference – “Rethinking Screen Cultures” –  to be held at the University of St Andrews, 16-18 April 2020.

‘Making women amateur filmmakers visible: reclaiming women’s work through the film archive’

A recent research paper co-authored by Keith Johnston and Sarah Hill – ‘Making women amateur filmmakers visible: reclaiming women’s work through the film archive’ – https://ueaeprints.uea.ac.uk/id/eprint/70879/

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