MOVING IMAGE PRESERVATION
APRIL 19, 1997
Seating is limited-please register early.
11:00 - 12:00 Registration and check-in
12:00 - 12:15 Opening and welcome
12:15 - 1:15 Screening: The Race to Save 100 Years (a film on
preservation work courtesy of Turner Entertainment Co., a Time-Warner
1:15 - 1:45 Break with light refreshments
1:45 - 3:00 Presentation topic: Preservation Efforts outside the Industry
Sandra Lee (USC Moving Image Archive), "Preserving Home Movies and Student
Productions" (ways in which any person can help preserve his or her films
Professor Francisco Menendez (Department of Film, UNLV), "Restoring
History: Bringing Back the Shorts of Baltazar Polio" (a chronical of
restoration efforts related to the work of experimental Salvadorian
filmmaker Baltazar Polio)
3:00 - 3:30 Break with light refreshments
3:30 - 6:00 Presentation topic: Recent Restoration Efforts in Hollywood
Jere Guldin, UCLA Film and Television Archive, on animation
Dan Einstein, UCLA Film and Television Archive, on early television
Randy Haberkamp, The Silent Society, on silent animation
Dick May, Film Preservation for Warner Bros., on features
Symposium registration fee: $20, including light refreshments.
Make checks payable to Chapman University.
This event will be attended by faculty, students, archivists and others
working in the field of moving image preservation. We welcome
representatives of archives or companies to bring or send literature; free
tables will be provided upon request.
The Symposium will be held in Argyros Forum, Room 208. For more
information, contact: Maureen Furniss, Chapman University School of Film
and Television, 333 North Glassell Street, Orange, CA 92866. Phone: (714)
744-7018. Fax: (714) 997-6700. E-mail: [log in to unmask] WWW:
Maureen Furniss, Ph.D.
Editor, Animation Journal
Assistant Professor, School of Film and Television
Chapman University, 333 N. Glassell, Orange, CA 92866 USA
Tel: 714-744-7018; Fax: 714-997-6700; E-Mail: [log in to unmask]
Animation Journal home page: http://www.chapman.edu/animation
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