2/2015

Theme: Archive and Digitalization

 

Editorial

 

Themed Articles

 

Andrea Meneghelli
At Least We Have Saved the Cinema?
Reflections of a Film Archivist on Digital

 

Oliver Hanley – Adelheid Heftberger
Some Insider Thoughts on Digital Access to Film-Related Archival Collections

 

Franziska Heller
Why Film History?
Some Thoughts on How Processes of Digitization Shape Our Images of the Past

 

Peter Walsh
Emergent Digitial Videotheques and the Persistence of the Archive Impulse

 

Interview

 

Anna Batistová
Bridging the Gap Between Analog History of Film and Digital Technologies.

An Interview with Barbara Flueckiger

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Industry Voices

 

Tomáš Hrubý
Commercial Film on the Brink of Extinction

 

Documents

 

Jan Trnka
Selection of Audio-visual Materials in the Film Archive
of the Czechoslovak Film Institute, 1963–1993

Documents on the History of Acquisition and Disposition Policies of the Film Archive

 

Ad fontes

 

Petr Hasan
A School Film Board

 

Horizon

 

Petr Szczepanik
New Directions in Film and TV Production Studies.
A Conference Report (Bristol, 14–15 April 2015)

 

Martin Charvát
Boundaries of Western Film Genre (Luboš Ptáček – Jan Švábenický (eds.), Proměny westernu. Pluralita žánrových, estetických a ideologických konceptů. Peter Michalovič – Vlastimil Zuska, Rozprava o westerne)

 

Projects

 

Magda Španihelová
Our (Beautiful and Healthy and Modern) National Body.
Visual Representation of the Body in Physical Culture and Sport in the Context of the Formation of National Identity in Interwar Czechoslovakia

 

Eric Rosenzveig
NARRA — Open and Non-linear Narrative

 

Matěj Strnad
Digital Restoration of Czech Film Heritage — Preliminary Report

 

Pavla Janásková
Resuscitation of Czech Film Periodicals and a Sure Bet in the Digital Era

 

Iwona Lyko
Czech and Polish Documentary in the Era of Europeanization

 

Appendix

 

Recent Acquisitions of the NFA Library

 

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