22 Mrz 2013 von lbidh

Amateur Film Archeology. An International Conference on the Theory, Practice and Use of Amateur Film

Date

Fr, 22/03/2013 (Ganztägig) bis Sa, 23/03/2013 (Ganztägig)

Location

Österreichisches Museum für Volkskunde, Laudongasse 15-19, 1080 Wien

Over the last fifteen years there has been an increasing interest in non-theatrical cinematic forms, especially in the field of amateur film. Adapted collection policies of archives and the development of new forms of access have changed the notion of the amateur film, while video platforms such as YouTube or Vimeo have strengthened the awareness and popularity of amateur filmmaking practice. At the same time individual and artistic initiatives have added to the standing and significance of such filmic forms.

Based on the results of a two-year research project at the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for History and Society »Amateur Film Archeology« digs into the hete- rogeneous grounds of the different practices, uses, genres and theories of home- made cinema. Bringing together leading European researchers in the field of amateur film, this conference will open for debates and an exchange of recent research activities.

Programm (pdf)

Organizer: Ludwig Boltzmann Institut for History and Society, Austrian Film Museum, Austrian Museum of Folk Life and Folk Art

LBIGG Project: Amateur Film Archeology
Sponsor (Project): FWF The Austrian Science Fund
LBIGG Team: Karin Fest, Carina Lesky, Siegfried Mattl, Ingo Zechner

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