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France

ARCHIPOP

8 rue du Musée
F-60000 Beauvais
+33 3 44 22 60 55
Website

Since 2003, ARCHIPOP aims to collect, save and promote films reflecting the activities, events and daily life in Nord-Pas-de-Calais - Picardie.


Created in 2003, the association Archipop gather over 1200 hours from more than 250 personal collections, representing more than 3000 reels. The collection grows each month with over 50 hours of newly acquired amateur movies.
Archipop addresses to a wide audience through a set of actions and tools which supports uses and projects promoting archives :
Public screenings, exhibition of still frames, screening with live music, participatory cataloguing, in-school workshops, production of contents for regional web TV, workshops, short films shows before main screening in cinemas, documentaries and multimedia creation...

Archipop is also thought for a public with more specific expectations : organizations, local authorities, academics, students, researchers, authors, teachers, librarians, resource centers, archives, agencies, audiovisual professionals, artists (composers, multimedia creators, visual artists...).

All these promoting actions are extended through collaborations and partnerships : Canopé Academy of Amiens, Inventory and Cultural Heritage Direction of the Regional Council, Jules Verne University, University of Technology of Compiègne, ABAC and Chrysalid (Cinémondes Festival in Berck), Historic Film Festival of Compiègne, National Circus of Amiens, Safir (regional authors and filmmakers)...

Archipop is an association supported by the Regional Council of Hauts de France, the DRAC Nord Pas de Calais - Picardie, the County Council of the Somme, the County Council of Aisne, the CGET and several local authorities.

Archipop owns a conservation center adapted to the film preservation condition.
High definition digitization of films and videos is ensured by a trusted external provider.
The cataloguing of audiovisual collection is completed on DIAZ, a database specifically tailored to amateur film archives needs.

Since 2003
Activities :
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Contact : François Raboteau - Coordinator
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FRANCE

Archives départementales du Puy-de-Dôme

75 rue de Neyrat - BP 20
F-63018 Clermont-Ferrand Cedex 2
+33 4 73 23 45 80
Website

The Photothèque63 is a service of the Conseil départemental du Puy-de-Dôme based in the departmental archives. This service collects, preserves and promotes the photography and cinema films interesting Auvergne.


Since 2015, the Heritage and ethnology department created in 1980 to collect, study and promote the tangible and intangible heritage of the Puy-de-Dôme, joined the Library to showcase the filmed interviews during investigations and expand its business collection of amateur and unreleased films about Auvergne.

Since 2015
Online collection: http://phototheque.cg63.fr
Activities :
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  • Valorisation
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  • Collecte
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  • Documentation
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Contact : Olivier Meunier
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The Netherlands

Ben Teeninga

Vossiuslaan 44
2353BC Leiderdorp
0031715891736
Website

Individual member.


Ben Teeninga was an active amateur filmmaker. For 25 years, he takes care of the film library of NOVA - the Dutch national organisation of amateur filmmakers.

Activities :
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France

Centre Audiovisuel Simone de Beauvoir

28 place Saint-Georges
F-75009 Paris
+33 1 53 32 75 08
Website

The mission of the Simone de Beauvoir Audiovisual Centre (CASdB) is to gather films and videos about women's issues and feminism starting in the seventies.


Rising from the enthusiasm of May 68 and the Estates General of the cinema, interventionist cinema also rose from its ashes, with the desire to film reality as it happens and to act on the protest movements. In this effervescent and activist context, women directors seized on the cinema's new resources such as video, using Sony's Portapak movie cameras. These directors accompanied their history and battles and took charge of their own representation. Like Virginia Woolf who demanded "a room of her own" feminists demanded "a camera of their own".
More or less everywhere in France, video collectives — un-incorporated, fluctuating and innovative — grew.
It is on those bases, with the concern of video tapes conservation and with the aim to increase production, that the Simone de Beauvoir Audiovisual Centre was funded in 1982 by Carole Roussopoulos, Ioana Wieder, both filmmakers and feminist video pioneers, and Delphine Seyrig, actress and activist film director.

Today,  the CASdB's missions include:

- The preservation and restoration of a collection of more than 1,200 titles about Women’s history, struggles, art, creation and LGBTQI rights.
- Film circulation and non profit distribution through programming and projections in France and abroad.
- Workshops in schools and high-schools on image analysis, gender stereotypes in film, history of women's rights through feminist cinema and pedagogical internet site : Genrimages
- Production of new footage
- Avaibility of audiovisuals contents
- Films distribution and sale of images; video editing.
The film collection of the Simone de Beauvoir Audiovisual Center is composed of many previously unseen and original works. The collection is a fundamental part of the audiovisual heritage of the 1970-1980 period
We continue to enrich the collection with 21st century productions.

Since 2003
Activities :
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  • Collecte
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  • Documentation
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Contact : Laura Cohen
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Luxembourg

Centre national de l'audiovisuel

1b rue du Centenaire
L-3475 Dudelange
+352 52 24 241
Website

The Centre national de l’audiovisuel (CNA) is a cultural institution created in 1989 and placed under the authority of the Ministry of Culture. Its missions are the preservation, development and promotion of the audiovisual and photographic heritage of Luxembourg.


In 2007 the CNA moved to new premises and has now become both an exhibition space, as well as a place for film screenings, access to archival documents, but is also a specialist for long term preservation of their collections (analogue and digital), with professional studio spaces (sound and film) and photographic laboratories.

Since 1989
Activities :
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  • Numérisation
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Contact : Alessandra Luciano - Head of archives film-tv
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France

Ciclic

24 rue Renan
F-37110 Château-Renault
+33 2 47 56 08 08
Website

Ciclic is a French regional agency for litterature, moving images and digital culture, based in Centre-Loire Valley Region. In 2006, Ciclic has created a special department to collect, preserve and valorise amateur films made in this part of France.


More than 10 000 amateur films, mainly shooted in Centre-Loire Valley or in France, are available for consultation on http://memoire.ciclic.fr.

Since 2006
Online collection: http://memoire.ciclic.fr
Activities :
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  • Numérisation
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Contact : Gilbert Le Traon - Head of department
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France

Ciné-Archives

2 place du Colonel Fabien
F-75019 Paris
+33 1 40 40 12 50
Website

Ciné-Archives is the association in charge of audiovisual archives of the French Communist Party and the labor movement


Ciné-Archives’s mission is to preserve and provide access to this moving image collection. This audiovisual heritage is kind of a communist-oriented time machine, as it shows images from the Popular Front, the Spanish Civil War, the Libération-era following WW2, the Cold War, the war in Viet-Nam, as well as films about the communist cities, specially in the Paris suburbs.
We have launched in the mid-2000s a campaign to collect amateur films shot by Communist activists, which resulted in a discovery of more than 100 amateur films.

Activities :
  • Numérisation
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  • Valorisation
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  • Documentation
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Contact : Maxime Grember
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France

CINÉAM

41A rue Alexandre Soljenitsyne
F-91000 Evry
+33 9 52 79 99 22
Website

The association CINEAM collects and promotes amateur films in the french department of Essonne and in the Paris suburbs.
Our archives collections contributes to the knowledge of the history of these places in a region, Paris and the surrounding area, undergoing major change.


Movies of the 30s about the open-air dance halls of the forest of Sénart, harvests and village feasts in the 40s, detached houses in in the suburbs, trade fairs of the 60s, brand new housing estates, building site of the new town of Evry... Through the poetry of family movies, these images show in a unique way landscaped and architectural changes, history of the social housing, evolution of life in rural areas in the South-Essonne ….
CINEAM is mainly supported by the french department of Essonne.
Original footages are preserved in appropriate facilities provided by this institution.

Activities :
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  • Numérisation
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  • Valorisation
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  • Collecte
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Contact : Laurence Bazin - Déléguée générale
> More informations
FRANCE

Cinémathèque d'Images de Montagne

8 place Jean Marcellin
05000 GAP
+ 33 4 92 52 13 87
Website

The Cinématheque is an association created in 1996 by the current director, Gilles Charensol.
Its mission is to collect, to preserve and to promote all the professional and amateur movies filmed in zone of mountain since the invention of the cinema.


Enrich the collective memory of the regions of mountain.
All the movies, the professionals and the amateurs, are listed and kept within the Cinematheque.
Movies of famous climbers (Terray, Rebuffat, Desmaison, Vallençant…), great classics of the cinema of mountain, professional documentaries, movies screened in the festivals, the institutional movies and the movies of families, represent the majority of this film collection which combines more than 11 500 reels, video cassettes and files.
Once collected, movies are then restored, digitized then indexed on the basis of data of the Cinematheque which is available for consultation online.

Reveal the practices and the cultures connected with the world of the mountain.
The Cinematheque develops several actions of promote:
- the itinerant projections: 30 projections organized on the whole department of the Hautes-Alpes,
- “The Wednesdays of Royal” proposed to Gap since 2006: projections of movies in the presence of the directors,
- “The Meetings of the Cinematheque”, the first edition of which took place to Gap in 2009: the annual festival during which are screened documentary movies, for the great majority unpublished works, putting forward a single passion, a mountain: 7500 spectators in 3 days.

The realization of movies.
The Cinematheque realizes every year movies in association with personalities of the mountain. These movies are then screened in preview, either during the " meetings of the Cinematheque”", or during " Wednesdays of Royal ":
- " On the thread of a dream " with Michel Dimitrieff,
- "Laetitia Roux", portrait of a champion,
- " Parenthese in 8000 " and " Go west " with François Damilano, recognized ice climber,
- "No-man's land" with the climber Lionel Daudet and the sailor Isabelle Autissier,
- " The tour of France, exactly " with Lionel Daudet …

Since 1996
Activities :
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Contact : Gilles CHARENSOL - Directeur
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France

Cinémathèque de Nouvelle-Aquitaine

6 rue François Chénieux
F-87000 Limoges
+33 6 69 10 92 42
Website

Created in 2009 by Marc Wilmart, La Cinématheque de Nouvelle-Aquitaine propose to guarantee the collection, the digitization, the preservation and the promotion of cinematic regional heritage.


Our tasks :

• to look after the films possessors and every element related to the cinematic image history,
• to receve the donation of every material or immaterial element related to cinematography,
• to conserve a copy of movies shooted in the territory or having a link with it,
• to develop relations with linked organism,
• to supply a website accessible to all,
• to organise projections,
• to record by our means every element participating in the regional memory, in all the domains,

La Cinémathèque is a member of the INEDITS association since 2013.

Since 2009
Activities :
  • Conservation
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  • Numérisation
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  • Valorisation
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  • Collecte
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  • Documentation
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Contact : Marc Wilmart - founding President
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France

Cinemathèque des Pays de Savoie et de l'Ain

12 bis Route d'Annecy
F-74290 Veyrier-du-Lac
+33 4 50 23 51 09
Website

The Cinematheque collect, preserve and promote the unique audiovisual memory in the Rhône-Alpes region.


Amateur films, corporate films, family films including over 8,000 reels of film and video media representing 480 donators have been saved.

These archived images are an unique testimony on the sociocultural history of the territory.

The Cinemathèque des Pays de Savoie et de l'Ain installed in a historic place of exception at the lake of Annecy, features a movie theater and proposes an exhibition each year to welcome the public.

Since 1999
Online collection: http://www.archivalp.eu/
Activities :
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  • Valorisation
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  • Production
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  • Collecte
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Contact : Marion Grange - Director
> More informations
France

Cinémémoire

11 rue du Commandant Mages
F-13000 Marseille
+33 4 91 62 46 30
Website

Cinémémoire is a movie library which collects amatorial home movies focusing on Marseille, its region and the former French colonies. Its mission is the protection of the audiovisual heritage as well as its promotion and development.


Cinememoire aims at preserving and publishing audiovisual supports. It collects, scans, classifies and archives unpublished films since 1995. At this stage, it has collected more than 1800 hours of numerised movies realized since 1920. This collection is daily enriched by digitization and indexation of new films. The website offers an online selection as well as a professional section and drop – in facility. Cinémémoire collection is mainly composed of non professional films and institutional or artistic documentaries, which show daily life scenes in Provence and former french colonies.
Its goal is to restore, preserve and publish through the website « cinememoire.net » Provence’s audiovisual memory and heritage. To promote its funds Cinememoire has realised several projects such as collecting former colonial films « Shared memories », and the website « Arpenteurs d'Images » concerning the Bouches-du-rhône district.
Cinememoire also organize educational workshops and movies projection.

Since 21 mai 2001
Online collection: http://arpenteursdimages.fr/
Activities :
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  • Numérisation
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Contact : Claude Bossion - Directeur
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France

ECPAD

2 à 8 route du Fort
F-94200 Ivry-sur-Seine
+33 1 49 60 52 62
Website

ECPAD, audiovisual agency of the Ministry of Defense since 1915, holds an exceptional collection of moving images and photographs: 33 000 film titles and 12 million pictures. The collection, which is progressively digitized, is constantly growing by the photographs and moving images shot by ECPAD’s news crews, by the deposit of images of military reporters of other organizations of Ministry of Defense and by private donations.


Under the administrative supervision of the Ministry of Defense, ECPAD guarantees the permanent availability of its news crews who are specially trained in covering operations in real time, in order to testify the engagement of the French Armed Forces in all theatres of operations. In this regard, for a better understanding of current French military undertakings, the photographic and video coverage produced in France and abroad by the ECPAD crews is made available to the French and foreign media.
ECPAD is acting as a cultural operator by editing DVDs, books and photographs on military corps and history.

Since 1915
Activities :
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  • Numérisation
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Contact : Xavier Sené - Responsable du pôle de conservation et de valorisation des archives
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France

Fonds Audiovisuel de Recherche

Quai Louis Prunier - BP 41296
F-17000 La Rochelle
+33 5 46 34 92 78
Website

FAR was create in 1999 with the desire to collect, to protect and to value all the audiovisual documents of the region Poitou-Charentes. Strongly implanted on the territory and well known of the local actors, our association fills successfully its historic missions of collection, digitalization, indexation and valuation of the images, while developing its educational animations and other cultural projects.


Open to all the public, FAR (Audiovisual Fund of Research) is an association law 1901, recognized by general interest, livened up by volunteers' team (among which of numerous professionals of the image) and two employees, Emma Gardré, in charge of the development and the animation, and Stéphanie Auger, loaded with the administration.

FAR is not a service of archiving, but a collective of lovers and enthusiasts by the history, the creation and the images, livened up by the ambition to restore life of these heritage. The association works on a participative mode and of exchanges. The depositors and the professionals users are a strength helping in the treatment of the images and the equipment, and in the broadcasting of the memory and the values of FAR.

The FAR was established in 1999, with the support of the General Council of Charente-Maritime. It has for main purposes :

- Save and archive any audiovisual documents (essentially movies and photos) relative to the culture and the heritage
- Open the access of these documents to the widest public (private individuals, researchers, museums, cultural and educational institutions, diffusers)
- Promote the creation around archives and produce tools of collection and disclosure such as audiovisual subjects, exhibitions, projections and on-line publishing on the Internet.

Besides the digitalization, the protection and the disclosure of the audiovisual documents having an interest for the collective memory, the association works to the access of the young people and the populations stemming from popular circles, in the education in the image and in the film practices (coordination of the "Passeurs d'images", workshops with the "Balbu Ciné" and the MashUp table).

The association guarantees to his Members : the freedom of conscience; the principle of nondiscrimination; the equal access of the men and the women; the access of the young people to its governing bodies.

The association is managed by a Board of directors, elected by the General assembly for one year. At present, it consists of:
- President : Claude Guillot
- Treasurer : Frank Baudin
- Secretary : Brigitte Duprat

The other members are : Julien Brulé, François Gourmel, François Vivier, Françoise Mamolar, Gilles Springmann, Michèle Beauplet and Olivier Nick.
Number of volunteers en 2015 : 79.

Activities :
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Contact : Stéphanie Auger - Administratrice
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France

Forum des Images

2 rue du Cinéma
F-75001 Paris
+33 1 44 76 63 64
Website

Created in 1988 to compile an audiovisual memory bank of Paris, the Forum des Images has since celebrated cinema and moving pictures of all kinds: feature and animated films, documentaries, shorts, television series, computer films… through thematic film programs, film festivals or special events, and a collection of over 6,000 hours of filmed material.


The institution began by bringing together a collection of films about the city, shot as early as 1895, with the greatest possible variety of origins, genres and media.
Among the various films collections offered to the audience, le Forum des Images has one specifically dedicated to amateur and family films.
In 1989, a first amateur films collect campaign was launched. Hundreds of films were gathered for “Objectif amateur”, a TV broadcost hosted by Pierre Tchernia, passionate about cinema and President of the Forum des images during 20 years.
This film collection intended to historians, filmmakers and even to the general audience has not stopped growing and now gathers over 2800 films.
Family films, sometimes shot over several decades, include documentaries, often relating important or historical events, animated and fiction films.

For the time only 15% of the films can be consulted in our viewing room on individual screens, by one person or several, and some of them can even be viewed on our website. But still, an important valorization work needs to be done, but all of these films can be viewed on appointment.

Activities :
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  • Production
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  • Collecte
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  • Documentation
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Contact : Magali Magne
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Italy

Home Movies - Italian Amateur Film Archive

via Sant’Isaia 18
I-40123 Bologna
+39 051 339 72 43
Website

The Italian Amateur Film Archive was born in 2002 with the mission to preserve and harness the amateur and family film, a still hidden and inaccessible audiovisual heritage. The Archive was founded and is managed by the Home Movies Association, a research group involved in promoting and organizing the study, storage and enhancement of amateur and family film.


Italian Amateur Film Archive is the first Italian institution for the preservation and enhancement of the rich audiovisual amateur heritage, still unpublished for its main portion, coming almost exclusively from families and non-professional contexts, and until recently wrongly considered minority. Home Movies is today the only organization in Italy of study and collection of amatorial film materials throughout the nation, able to grant the preservation of the original audiovisual patrimony in appropriate rooms.

The archive collects and disseminates an hidden heritage, preventing dispersion and oblivion. This includes family films, but also documentaries and fiction films - often made by skilled amateur filmmakers -, works of experimental and independent filmmakers, scientific films and other materials. In most cases these films document the everyday live of people who visually record their holidays, trips, collective rituals, public events, work, landscape.
The audiovisual documentation, private and unpublished, from the Archive collection is therefore a huge and extraordinary representation of Italian history, a heritage that is increasingly published and disseminated through projects and initiatives. Numerous scholar researches had the Archive as subject and many film and art productions already used the images, in particular for the production of documentary films. From the archive materials Home Movies also produces, independently or in partnership, cross-media and audiovisual products, editions of films, documentaries, installations.
Since 2008 Home Movies is member of the European network INEDITS, while in 2011 the Italian Amateur Film Archive was declared by the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Tourism (MiBACT) "significant archive of historical interest".

Since 09/10/2002
Activities :
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Contact : Mirco Santi - Co-Founder
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France

Image'Est

Maison romaine - 2 rue de Nancy
F-88000 Épinal
+33329337834
Website

Image'Est is the association that brings together the actors of the image chain in the Grand Est region. In this capacity, it brings together and represents the interests of professionals from the fields of creation, production and broadcasting, higher education and research, film literacy, innovation and film heritage.


As part of its patrimonial work, Image'Est has undertaken to develop a project entitled "Memory of images", which consists of collecting, safeguarding and transmitting industrial heritage through collecting, digitizing and promoting amateur films.
The aim is to set up a resource center and to highlight industrial heritage in a European context by promoting amateur films that preserve the memory of cultural, social and economic life of our post-industrial societies.

Since 2009
Activities :
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  • Numérisation
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  • Collecte
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  • Documentation
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Contact : Thomas Grand - Directeur
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United Kingdom

John Crane

10 Hurdeswell
OX29 8DH Long Hanborough, Witney
+44 (0) 1993 883384

Individual member.


I retired in 2007 having spent 38 years working with broadcast telecine and video tape.

Since 14 June 2016
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France

Julie Guillaumot

F-75015 Paris

Individual member.


After working for Ciclic on their amateur films collections in Centre-Val de Loire (France), Julie Guillaumot remained a member of INEDITS, on an individual membership. Her main interest is amateur film history, especially the period of World War II.

Activities :
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Czech Republic

Národní filmový archiv / National Film Archive

Malešická 14
CZR-130 00 Prague
+420 778 522 723
Website

National Film Archive (Národní filmový archiv), established in 1943, is one of the oldest film heritage institutions in the World. Its collections are large, ranging from Czech fiction, non-fiction and animated films, to posters, photographs, screenplays, paper documentation. The collection of amateur films and home movies was founded in 2000.


This collection has three main parts – amateur feature, animated and documentary films, including home movies – and contains footage of various gauges (9,5 mm, 16 mm, 8 mm, Super 8 mm, 35 mm), which were created in the period from 1920s to 1990s. Currently, internal database includes 900 amateur films, which are important source of informations about specific area of Czech cinema produced in parallel with products of contemporary film industry. Besides preservation of this kind material National Film Archive focuses on its presentation at conferences (Orphan Film Symposium, 2014) and film festivals (International Documentary Film Festival Jihlava, 2015). Czech archive is member of association Inedits for a many years.

Activities :
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Contact : Jiri Hornicek - curator of film collection
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France

Philippe Ribette

401 rue des Pyrénées
75020 Paris
06 33 33 04 59

Individual member.


I am passionate about film history. This is why I am a member of INEDITS, to follow more closely issues about amateur cinema in Europe. I also speak about films in various cinemas and art houses, mainly in Limousin (France). Moreover, I am a volunteer member of the Cinémathèque du Limousin.

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France

Robin Hunzinger

240 Bambois
68650 Lapoutroie
0033651687643
Website

Filmmaker


For over 15 years Robin Hunzinger has directed documentary films on such subjects as war, memory, the unthinkable man sometimes contends with, and nature.

After studying History and the History of Fine Arts in Strasbourg University, Robin Hunzinger took on a course on the Cinema at Jussieu, Paris, with Jean Rouch and Bernard Cuau. In 1993, while at Sarajevo, he wrote his  first film.

Among his main works are : "Closing your eyes" "Ou sont nos amoureuses?"  and " To the foret of Clouds".
His films have been presented in numerous festivals : at the Paris Cinéma du réel festival, the Lussas documentary films festival, the Rotterdam international film festival, but also the London, Johannesburg, Thessaloniki, Beyrouth, FIGRA festivals

He was awarded a star by the SCAM twice: in 2007 and 2008; he received the Traces de Vie 2008 festival grand prix, the Ahmed Attia Award at the MEDIMED festival in 2011, the Freedom Award at the Luxor film festival in 2016 and the Best Documentary Feature Film at Martinique International Film Festival in 2016.

Besides his career as a documentary film maker, Robin Hunzinger produces documentaries on air for France Culture and Arte.radio.com. He also produces the ERR Edition.

Activities :
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United Kingdom

Tim Emblem-English

4 Mark Avenue, Chingford
E4 7NR London
+44 (0)20 8524 5044
Website

The Flying Spot Ltd is my new film digitisation and telecine transfer company, formed following the closure of BBC S&PP Digital Media services in April 2016.


I previously worked in telecine at the BBC for over 34 years, specialising in archives and amateur films since 1998. Following the closure of BBC Studios and Post Production Digital Media Services in April 2016, I took voluntary redundancy and early retirement and acquired all my telecine equipment and spares from the BBC. I have now set up my own telecine transfer and digitising operation using the same equipment and techniques as previously at the BBC. Building and accommodation work is nearly complete and I hope to be operational by the start of July 2016. My telecine machine will handle Standard-8, Super-8, 9.5, 16 and 35mm film in standard-definition (625/50) format. No high-definition operation unfortunately - the BBC have retained their Philips Spirit telecine for their own internal purposes.

My new workplace will be in Cannon House, 25 Cadogan Road, Royal Arsenal Riverside, Woolwich, London, SE18 6LB, UK. Cannon House is the site of Stockroom London, a leading archive management and storage company and a member of FOCAL International.

I will update this page with more information when I am fully operational.

Since March 2016
Activities :
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