Film Preservation in Latin America: Pasado, Presente, Futuro
Harold M. Williams Auditorium
Film preservation is critical for the world's cultural heritage and the medium is in danger of becoming obsolete. As film labs are closing worldwide, funding remains an ongoing challenge, and restoration efforts often need to be done collaboratively with support from multiple outside organizations. This event will bring together representatives from Latin American archives to showcase restored films and new archival "discoveries" from their collections as well as to discuss challenges in maintaining their countries' cinematic legacy.
Albino Álvarez Gómez, Film Rescue and Restoration, Filmoteca, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)
Cecilia Cenciarelli, Research Division, Cineteca di Bologna, and World Cinema Foundation
Paula Félix-Didier, Museo del Cine Pablo C. Ducrós Hicken
Norma Rivera, Filmoteca, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP)
Rani Singh, Getty Research Institute
The Getty Research Institute's Art on Screen initiative is dedicated to exploring the complex relationship between moving-image media and fine arts through interdisciplinary research, lectures, screenings, and symposia.
In conjunction with Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, this program is organized by the Getty Research Institute on the occasion of the 2017 FIAF (International Federation of Film Archives) Congress.
9 am–5 pm,7 days a week