On 25-28 May 2019, the Eye International Conference will be hosting the 10th Women and the Silent Screen conference in Amsterdam.
European Film Gateway News Alert
"Activating the Archive. Audio-Visual Collections and Civic Engagement, Political Dissent and Societal Change." is the topic of this year's edition of the EYE International Conference, which will take place at EYE in Amsterdam from Saturday 26 May to Tuesday 29 May 2018.
The deadline for the submission of abstracts for "Besides the Screen Conference 2018 - Vaults, Archives, Clouds and Platforms: Archiving and Preservation in the 21st Century" was extended to 12nd April 2018. The conference is taking place in two stages at King’s College in London, UK on 2nd and 3rd July 2018 and then at CIAC-ISMAI in Porto, Portugal, on 5th and 6th July 2018). Find more information on the event as well as on the requirements for the submissions of papers at besidesthescreen.com
The Association des Cinémathèques Europénnes (ACE) and the FIAF Cataloguing and Documentation Commission have issued a Call for Presentations for their jointly organised workshop "Metadata Management in Film Archives - Putting the Ci
The international conference "The Birth of Military Cinemas (1914-1930)" (Namur and Brussels, 29-30 November and 1 December 2017) aims to analyse the birth of the military cinematographic services that ermerged in the world at the turn of the years 1914-1918.
Today, the FIAF Cataloguing and Documentation Commission (CDC) published the FIAF Moving Image Cataloguing Manual. The manual is available for free in PDF format here. The result of many years of labor and collaboration with numerous professionals in the moving image field, the manual is more than a simple revision of The FIAF Cataloguing Rules for Film Archives (1991).
Kinoteka na Makedonija is a new partner of the European Film Gateway and now gives access to a collection of 16 digitally restored films from the most interesting periods of Macedonian cinema.
A phD candidate from the University of Illinois in Chicago has uncovered previously unseen footage of the Eastland Disaster in Chicago digitised within the EFG1914 project. The footage from the collection of the EYE Film Institute (Amsterdam) shows the immediate aftermath of the disaster, which occurred when the Eastland capsized in the Chicago river in July 1915 and 844 people got killed.
Over 1'300 videos from the collections of the Scottish Screen Archive at the National Library of Scotland are now searchable through EFG. The selection of films provided are mostly non-fiction, and include documentaries, newsreels, educational material, television, public information films, industrial, advertising and promotional material.