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23.11-25.11.2017

Strasbourg - France

The 27th annual meeting of INEDITS takes place in Strasbourg, 23-25 November 2017. As well as bringing members together, this year the meeting will examine how universities contribute to the collection, preservation and promotion of amateur film.

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Essonne Department - France

For 15 years, Marie-Catherine Delacroix was in charge of the Cinéam Association, which collects, maintains and broadcasts amateur films from the Essonne Department in Ile-de-France. Today she is sharing with us the incredible story of the very first film in these audio-visual archives.

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01.03-04.03.2017

Paris - France

The Orphan Film Symposium is usually held every two years in the United States. This year a more compact Orphans was organized in the city of Paris with the Cinémathèque Française. This is the second time that NYU has partnered with a European film institution to organize this event.

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In June 2015, film historians Valérie Vignaux and Benoît Turquety organised an international symposium "Amateur in cinema: another paradigm? "at François-Rabelais University in Tours (France), in collaboration with UNIL (Lausanne). The collected papers of these two days have just been published by the French Association of Research on the History of Cinema (AFRHC).

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08.12-10.12.2016

Beauvais - France

The 26th meeting of the association INEDITS will take place in Beauvais from 8 to 10 December 2016. The complete program is now available.

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11.12.2016

Musée d'histoire de la vie quotidienne (Petit-Caux, France) and Cinémathèque française (Paris)

In France, two events will be organized for this new edition of Home Movie Day. In October, the Pôle Image Haute-Normandie was at the Museum of the History of Daily Life in Petit-Caux, while the association L'Inversible prepares an afternoon of events at the Cinémathèque française on 11th December, with ECPAD and an exceptional guest, the CNA (Luxembourg).

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15.10.2016

Prague (Czech Republic)

For the third consecutive year, Národní filmový archiv (NFA), the National Film Archives of the Czech Republic, took part in Home Movie Day. Events were organized in Prague throughout October 2016 and for the first time in Marienbad. Thanks to new initiatives and an important communication campaign, the event was a real success.

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27.10-07.12.2016

Bologna (Italy)

The Home Movies Association is organising the 9th Archivio Aperto festival from 27 October to 7 December 2016 in Bologna. The city will host some thirty events over a two-month period, becoming a true laboratory for reflection on the “public use of private film” and the possibilities for re-creation based on the archives.

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08.11-23.11.2016

Tour de l’horloge, Cinema « Le Modern’ » - Issoire (France)

In November 2016, the third Festival of “Cinema and History”, at Issoire, will be dedicating several events to amateur filmmaking: a lecture on the development of this practice during “les Trente Glorieuses” (the post-war economic boom), a public screening and several school workshops based on the film “Issoire en 57” (Issoire in 57) by Alix Merle.

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07.06-07.06.2017

In its early days, the Popular Front, a workers' movement, set up film production and distribution facilities to deliver its ideas to the masses. The French communist party (PCF) and the general workers' confederation (CGT) relied heavily on the Ciné-Liberté cooperative to produce and privately screen militant films that were banned from public moviehouses. For the first time ever, this filmography is now available on DVD.

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10.06-01.12.2016

Issoudun and the France's Centre-Val de Loire region

In 2016, Ciclic celebrates the 10th anniversary of its heritage division tasked with safeguarding and promoting the audiovisual archives of France's Centre-Val de Loire region.

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27.05-15.01.2017

Ghent (Belgium) and Venlo (The Netherlands)

Two exhibitions are devoted to amateur cinema in Belgium and the Netherlands in 2016.

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08.12-10.12.2016

Beauvais (France)

The next annual meeting of the Association INEDITS will take place in Beauvais from the 8th to the 10th of December 2016. It will be organized by the association Archipop, which collects and highlights amateur films in five departments of the Nord-Pas-de-Calais Picardie region.

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20.04-13.07.2016

Chapelle du Pôle Régional des Savoirs - Rouen (Normandie, France)

From the 20th April to the 13th July 2016, the Pôle Image Haute-Normandie welcomes the public to discover 'Regard Camera : a previously unseen vision of portrait in amateur cinema'. This cinema exhibition is being produced as a part of the Normandie Impressionniste Festival.

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In June 2016, the association INEDITS will be launching its new website. This is to improve the overall presentation of all its activities, its members and provide news about the preservation and the development of amateur cinema in Europe.

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Since 2010, a scholars' network was founded to promote studies on amateur cinema. The website gives informations about projects, publications, screenings and events regarding the study or the preservation of amateur films, mainly in North-America and Europe.

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06.04-10.04.2016

Library of Congress, National Audio-Visual Conservation Center - Culpeper (Virginie, États-Unis)

Since 1999, the Orphan Film Symposium has allowed academics, archivists, organizers and artists to recall and preserve the memory of forgotten artwork. In particular, focusing on amateur film. The 10th edition will take place in Culpeper,U.S.A from the 6th to the 10th of April 2016.

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In October 2015, the historian Jean-Pierre Bertin-Maghit published his work about amateur films shot by french soldiers during the Algerian War.

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11.11.2015

Cinéstarlight - Dudelange (Luxembourg)

On the Centre national de l'audiovisuel (Luxembourg)'s initiative, the CinéStarlight in Dudelange is hosting an exceptional screening of the documentary 'Il Treno va a Mosca' directed by Frederico Ferrone and Michele Manzolini from 8mm films. It's shot by Sauro Raviglia during the 6th World Festival of Youth and Students in Moscow in 1957.

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29.10-31.10.2015

Institut Jean Vigo - Perpignan (France)

The next meeting of INEDITS will take place from Thursday 29th to Saturday 31st of October, in Perpignan, in the Institute Jean Vigo, The euro-regional film library member of INEDITS. The main theme of this meeting will be “the valorisation of collections, hosting and working with the artists”.

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