[Filmfestivalresearch] Archival Film Festivals
rporton at mindspring.com
Fri Sep 30 17:26:01 CEST 2011
Although not exclusively an archival festival, Amakula in Uganda (curated by my friends Lee Ellickson and Alice Smits) always has at least a partial focus on classic African cinema; http://www.amakula.com/node/2 ....Perhaps I'll make it to Kampala one day!
On Sep 30, 2011, at 7:39 AM, Michael Guillen wrote:
> Alexander: Definitely consider the San Francisco Silent Film Festival and
> San Francisco's Noir City, both of which maximize exhibition through public
> awareness of film preservation and restoration.
> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 3:22 AM, Alexander Marlow-Mann <
> apmm at st-andrews.ac.uk> wrote:
>> Dear colleagues,
>> I was wondering whether anybody could give me some suggestions about
>> archival film festivals? By that I mean festivals that program restorations,
>> classics, archival rediscoveries and the like (be they sound or silent)
>> either as their sole focus or as part of a significant sidebar event.
>> I am obviously familiar with some of the better-known European festivals
>> like Pordenone and Bologna's Cinema Ritrovato; however, I am interested in
>> finding out about lesser-known events, and in particular about any such
>> festivals in other parts of the world (Asia, Latin America, Africa, etc.)
>> I'm sure there must be many more such events out there. Can anybody point me
>> in the right direction?
>> Your help would be much appreciated.
>> Dr. Alex Marlow-Mann
>> Research Co-ordinator
>> Centre for Film Studies
>> University of St. Andrews
>> 99 North Street
>> St. Andrews
>> KY16 9AD
>> Tel: +44 (0) 1334 467 463
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