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AV Festival 10: Recycled Film Symposium

Recycled Film Symosium

Rick Prelinger, Pile of Orphan Films, from Industrial Marketing, October 1950

Dates: 11 – 12 March | Location: Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle

This national symposium brings together leading film organisations, filmmakers, artists and archivists to discuss online access to film archives and the creative use of this material in the digital age. Film is a crucial part of our heritage, however, online access to archives is limited especially when compared to other online collections like YouTube. This symposium will open up the debate and look at different ways of collecting, archiving and accessing our shared film history.

The symposium launch event includes an energy-themed screening from Prelinger Archives, A is for Atom, specially curated and introduced by Rick Prelinger, followed by a drinks reception for delegates. Other confirmed speakers include Kenneth Goldsmith, Craig Baldwin, Iain Sinclair and Mike Sperlinger.

Book for Recycled Film Symposium before Monday 15 February at the discount price of £20.00 (full price £25.00). For further details visit AV Festival.

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