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Monday, September 30 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Audiovisual archives - for inspiration, for creativity

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How can producers of films, radio broadcasts, music recordings ensure their creations are best preserved for the future? And could audiovisual archives be better used by the creative industries around the world to create new cultural products? There are numerous examples of productions using archival footage, from Peter Jackson's 2018 documentary film "They Shall Not Grow Old", to radio stations entirely composed of archived programmes. Can the best examples inspire and inform archivists how to grow and manage and provide access to the collections that they safeguard? Can the production sector collaborate more closely with archives to ensure a more efficient and comprehensive preservation of cultural heritage? This panel will be introduced by members of the Audiovisual Think Tank, a forum established in January 2018 by the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision to examine the key policies and strategic priorities for audiovisual archives of the future. It will be followed by case studies of successes of collaborations between archives and creators. The panel will end with a short Q&A with the audience on how archives/creators can cooperate successfully.

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Richard Ranft

IASA Board / IAML webmaster
Richard Ranft serves on the Executive Board of the International Association of Sound and Audiovisual Archives (IASA) and is webmaster for the International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres (IAML). Until 2020 he was Head of Sound & Vision at the British... Read More →
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Giovanna Fossati

Giovanna Fossati is the Chief Curator at Eye Filmmuseum (Amsterdam) where she supervises a collection of more than 50,000 titles. She is also Professor of Film Heritage and Digital Film Culture at the University of Amsterdam where she has taught in the MA Preservation and Presentation... Read More →
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Judith Opoku-Boateng

Archivist, Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana
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Johan Oomen

Research Director, Netherlands Institute for Sound & Vision
Johan Oomen is Head of Research and Heritage Services at the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision and a researcher at the User-Centric Data Science group of the VU University Amsterdam. Throughout his practice, Oomen works on initiatives that focus on providing access to digital... Read More →
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Leenke Ripmeester

Sales Manager, EYE Filmuseum
Leenke Ripmeester is the sales manager of the film collection of Eye Filmmuseum (Amsterdam, the Netherlands) since 2013. She delivers archival footage, including the large WWI collection of Eye, to television channels, museums, and other companies from all over the world. She is also... Read More →

Monday September 30, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm BST
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