Film Restoration Summer School

Quando la scuola del restauro converge a Bologna

Inserendosi nella tradizione pluridecennale delle lezioni estive promosse dalla FIAF (Fédération Internationale des Archives du Film) fin dagli anni Settanta, per la prima volta, nel 2007, la Film Restoration Summer School / FIAF Summer School è sbarcata in Italia, trovando il luogo d’accoglienza ideale nelle strutture della Cineteca di Bologna e del laboratorio L’Immagine Ritrovata.

Un rapporto d’ospitalità, possibile anche grazie al sostegno dell’ACE (Association des Cinémathèques Européennes) e del programma MEDIA dell’Unione Europea, che ha prodotto risultati soddisfacenti al punto di rinnovare e replicare l’appuntamento anche nel biennio successivo (2008 e 2009).

Sempre con la stessa volontà di convogliare intorno ai problemi del restauro persone e professionalità provenienti da tutto il mondo.

Un corso scandito in tre tempi consecutivi

Sono tre la fasi in cui si articola la Film Restoration Summer School / FIAF Summer School.

1. Lezioni

La prima avviene attraverso un apprendimento a distanza: i partecipanti selezionati scaricano on-line settimanalmente, da maggio a fine giugno, i testi scelti dallo staff della scuola per affrontare un percorso di lezioni tecniche e teoriche sui principi del restauro cinematografico.

2. Il Cinema Ritrovato

La seconda invece mette piede a Bologna durante il festival del Cinema ritrovato: una concomitanza che permette ai partecipanti del corso di avvicinarsi alle tematiche della conservazione del patrimonio filmico attraverso la partecipazione a proiezioni, lezioni e incontri specificatamente dedicati.

3. L'Immagine Ritrovata

E infine l’ultima tappa che si svolge negli spazi dell’Immagine Ritrovata: un vero e proprio stage pratico all’interno del laboratorio per prendere parte alle diverse fasi in cui si articolano il restauro fotochimico, il restauro del suono e il restauro digitale.

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Edizione 2016

In 2016 the Film Restoration / FIAF Summer School will be held for the 7th time from 24th of June until 15th of July.
Cineteca di Bologna and L’Immagine Ritrovata film restoration and conservation laboratory are organizing the Film Restoration Summer School 2016 in cooperation with Fédération Internationale des Archives du Film (FIAF) and the Association des Cinémathèques Européennes (ACE). Like previous Summer Schools, the 2016 course is aimed at specialists, film archive staff and students. During the participant selection process, priority will be given to those working in FIAF and ACE member institutions.
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  • Film restoration online theory course: distance learning, May 11st to June 15th (on Wednesdays)
  • FIAF congress – symposium in partnership with The Reel Thing: “A new life for the cinema of the past”: Bologna, Cineteca facilitiesand Palazzo Re EnzoJune 25th to 26th
  • Theory lectures and Il Cinema Ritrovato film festival: Bologna,Cineteca facilites,June 25th to July 2nd
  • Restoration practice classes: Bologna, L’Immagine Ritrovata, July 4th to 15th 

L’Immagine Ritrovata laboratory’s highly specialized staff will be closely involved in the intensive 2-week training program and internship. Participants will be divided into groups and will work in each of the laboratory’s departments

Application is open now until March 25th. The program and the application form can be found below on this website.

For further information:

Coordinator Elena Tammaccaro
Secretariat Valeria Bigongiali and Julia Mettenleiter
frss(at)immagineritrovata.it

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Edizione 2014

Next Film Restoration Summer School / FIAF Summer School will take place in Bologna from June 28th to July 18th, 2014
There is no way to learn the craft of a film restorer other than by apprenticeship, as no class at university level would reach this goal.
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As a matter of fact, since 2007 Cineteca di Bologna – in collaboration with FIAF, ACE and UE MEDIA Plus Programme – has been promoting and hosting the FIAF Film Restoration Summer School, opening its highly specialized state-of-the-art laboratory, L’Immagine Ritrovata, which has been working in the film restoration industry for over 20 years.

The main purpose of this project is having selected participants experience hands-on the work of actual restoration professionals. They will also meet restoration experts from all over the world, as well as the Laboratory and Cineteca staff.

The Film Restoration Summer School / FIAF Summer School is designed both for archivists and staff working at FIAF archives, and students. The aim is to foster a shared knowledge in the field for current and future generations and film archives worldwide.

The Film Restoration Summer School / FIAF Summer School is divided into three stages:

* ON-LINE DISTANCE LEARNING
* THEORY CLASSES
* RESTORATION PRACTICE

 

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Edizione 2012

The Film Restoration Summer School / FIAF Summer School 2012
The Film Restoration Summer School / FIAF Summer School 2012 is divided into three stages: ON-LINE DISTANCE LEARNING THEORY CLASSES RESTORATION PRACTICE
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There is no way to learn the craft of a film restorer other than by apprenticeship, as no class at university level would reach this goal. As a matter of fact, since 2007 Cineteca di Bologna – in collaboration with FIAF, ACE and UE MEDIA Plus Programme – has been promoting and hosting the FIAF Film Restoration Summer School, opening its highly specialized state-of-the-art laboratory, L’Immagine Ritrovata, which has been working in the film restoration industry for over 20 years.

The main purpose of this project is having selected participants experience hands-on the work of actual restoration professionals. They will also meet restoration experts from all over the world, as well as the Laboratory and Cineteca staff.

Next Film Restoration Summer School / FIAF Summer School will take place in Bologna in Summer 2012. The Film Restoration Summer School / FIAF Summer School 2012 is designed both for archivists and staff working at FIAF archives, and students. The aim is to foster a shared knowledge in the field for current and future generations and film archives worldwide.

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Edizione 2010

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Edizione 2009

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