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Everything Old is New Again: How to Liberate Your Film from Celluloid Amber & Get It to New Audiences

  • Thursday, February 02, 2017
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Made in New York Media Center by IFP, 30 John Street Brooklyn, NY 11201
  • 8

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Independent Filmmaker Project, Mayor’s Office of Media & Entertainment, IndieCollect, and Archivists Round Table (A.R.T.) of Metropolitan New York present


EVERYTHING OLD IS NEW AGAIN: HOW TO LIBERATE YOUR FILM FROM CELLULOID AMBER & GET IT TO NEW AUDIENCES 


After IndieCollect’s successful Kickstarter campaign to digitize the Apparatus Collection — the early films of Christine Vachon, Todd Haynes and their colleagues — the IC team is ready to explain how these 16mm originals were converted to state-of-the-art 4K DCPs (Digital Cinema Packages).  This session will demystify the scanning and restoration process and describe your digital delivery options for distribution to various platforms.   

Come to this FREE 2-hour presentation, including a screening of one of the shorts, with before/after comparisons. As a bonus, you’ll meet sympathetic archivists who love indie film and want to help safeguard your materials. Following the presentation, ART members are invited to convene in the Media Arts Gallery for beverages (food available for purchase) to celebrate IFP's Monthly First Thursday Art Walk. 


ONLINE REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED 
Please note that in attending this event, you automatically grant your consent for the event to be photographed, video-recorded, or Facebook Live.

For questions regarding registration for this event, please contact programming@nycarchivists.org


A.R.T. graciously thanks our co-sponsors: IndieCollect, The Mayor's Office of Media & Entertainment and Independent Filmmaker Project 



                                  

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