[Filmfestivalresearch] Archival Film Festivals
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Fri Oct 7 23:29:24 CEST 2011
In Brazil there is also a Silent Film Festival, from early cinema until
1930s. Last August their 5th Edition focused on Italian production of that
period (the previous editions had Japan, France and Sweden on focus). There
are other parallel activities such as conferences and debates.
Their website: http://www.cinemateca.gov.br/jornada/ seems to be only in
portuguese, so let me know if I can be of any extra help there.
Département des Arts et Sciences de la Communication
Université de Liège - Belgium
2011/9/30 Alexander Marlow-Mann <apmm at st-andrews.ac.uk>
> 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
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