Lost, Found & Remixed: Panel Discussion

When:
October 12, 2013 @ 2:00 pm
Where:
Film House
60 Lake Street
Burlington,VT 05401
USA

Talks & Panels Run Time: 105 minutes
GET TICKET Ticketing Note: This is a double bill ticket and includes the 11 am Presentation by Rick  Prelinger Sponsors: Documentary Educational Resources Panelists include: Alice Apley, Caroline MartelRick Prelinger, Adrian Wood and Sandra Forman. The festival is enriched through the inclusion of workshops, lectures and panel discussions with experts in their respective fields. This year our focus is on all things archival, with a special emphasis on restoration, accessibility, usage and ethics.  We’re delighted and honored to have as our keynote speaker Rick Prelinger of Prelinger archives and archive.org.  Called by some an American hero, space here could not do justice to the huge range of Rick’s achievements and we urge you to go to our website to read more. We’re equally delighted to welcome Adrian Wood, archival consultant to the International Olympic Committee and film researcher extraordinaire. Adrian will be bringing a new restoration of White Rock, the 1976 winter Olympics film.  A panel discussion with screening of clips, geared toward filmmakers as well as the general public, will look at many aspects of repurposing footage for new uses. With Alice Apley, Executive Director of Documentary Educational Resources (co-sponsor of the symposium), filmmaker Caroline Martel, an internationally renowned award-winning documentary artist (Phantom Of The Operator, Wavemakers), Sandra Forman, entertainment lawyer (Eyes on the Prize), Rick Prelinger and Adrian Wood. As part of the symposium we’re excited to launch the GVM – Second Time Around initiative, announcing seed money for restoring and digitizing older Vermont-made films.

About Alice Apley

Executive Director of DER since 2012. Alice is an anthropologist and filmmaker who studied anthropological representations of the Kalahari Bushmen (including the Ju/’hoansi) as part of her graduate studies at NYU. Remembering John Marshall which premiered at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston as part of a tribute to John Marshall, is Alice’s first film. Subsequent video work includes a series of museum project profiles for the Institute for Museum and Library Services and a film about the medical researcher, David Hamilton Smith, who developed the first vaccine effective against spinal meningitis. Caroline Martel

About Caroline Martel

Caroline Martel is a documentary artist who was born in Montréal the year the cellular phone was created (1973). She has been synthesizing documentary theory and practice in a variety of projects since 1998, with a special interest in archival materials, cinema history, women and communication technologies. Her first feature documentary, The Phantom of the Operator, has shown worldwide. More info…     Rick Prelinger

About Rick Prelinger

Rick Prelinger, an archivist, writer and filmmaker, founded Prelinger Archives, whose collection of 60,000 advertising, educational, industrial, and amateur films was acquired by the Library of Congress in 2002 after 20 years’ operation. Rick has partnered with the Internet Archive to make over 5,000 films from Prelinger Archives available online for free viewing, downloading and reuse. His feature-length film PANORAMA EPHEMERA (2004), depicting the conflicted landscapes of 20th-century America, played in venues around the world, and his new film NO MORE ROAD TRIPS? (2013) is currently in pre-release. His “Field Guide to Sponsored Films” was published in 2006 by the National Film Preservation Foundation. More info…     Sandra Forman

About Sandra Forman

Boston-based attorney, Sandra Forman, has a diverse practice in the areas of entertainment and copyright law. Her clients include film and television producers and directors, screenwriters, animators, book authors, talent, software and book publishers, distributors, and multi-media and educational software producers. Over the past nine years, she has also served as project director and legal counsel on the re-release of Eyes on the Prize, the fourteen-hour, Emmy Award winning series on America’s Civil Rights Movement. Ms. Forman is on the Board of Directors of the Massachusetts Production Coalition, the Advisory Board of Filmmakers Collaborative where she served on the Board of Directors for over ten years, and the Advisory Committee of Women in Film and Video New England. Ms Forman will also be on hand for individual advice to filmmakers on legal issues.   Adrian Wood

About Adrian Wood

BAFTA award winning archive documentary producer, film researcher and author Adrian Wood is known internationally for the idea, knowledge and research which gave birth to the series of “in Color” archival film based television programs. Adrian has been archival consultant/producer for the International Olympic Committee for the past few years. Sunday, Oct 13 at 3pm Adrian will also be giving a talk about his work on Restoring Olympic films and at 7:45 pm there will be a screening of White Rock, the newly restored version of the 1976 Winter Olympics Games.