Training in the Film Preservation & Restoration School India

FPRSI_featureFor film afficionados and those wanting to learn and train on Film Preservation & Restoration.
Open for registrations.

The Film Heritage Foundation is a not-for-profit organization based in Mumbai. Recognizing the urgent need to preserve India’s cinematic heritage, the foundation is dedicated to supporting the conservation, preservation and restoration of the moving image and to develop interdisciplinary educational programs that will use film as an educational tool and create awareness about the language of cinema.
You could visit our website for further information: www.filmheritagefoundation.co.in

Our next major initiative is the Film Preservation & Restoration School India in collaboration with Martin Scorsese’s Film Foundation, Cineteca di Bologna, L’Immagine Ritrovata and FIAF that will take place from February 22nd – 28th, 2015 in Mumbai. This is a unique project that is being done in India for the first time.

The purpose of the school is to address current issues surrounding film preservation and restoration including practical training of current restoration and archival best practices by a faculty that includes some of the leading international experts in the field.

The week-long course itself will consist of lectures/presentations followed by interactive sessions with experts on film archiving and preservation from the foremost archives and studios around the world, screenings of restored classics and ten modules on film restoration including hands-on training in the latest techniques that will be conducted by a technical team from L’Immagine Ritrovata, a state-of-the-art film restoration lab that has restored landmark films of Chaplin, Fellini, Ozu and Ritwik Ghatak amongst others.

Application forms are available online on our website: www.filmheritagefoundation.co.in

Selected applicants will have to start with online preparatory material that will be made available to them from January 14th – February 18th, 2015.
This will be the first step in our long-term goal to create an indigenous resource of archivists, conservation and restoration experts that will work towards protecting India’s cinematic heritage.
Please see below the poster we have designed for the school along with some further information on the project.

Please feel free to write to contact@filmheritagefoundation.co.in or call +91 22 67367777 for any further queries.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Thanks and regards,
Jayant Patel

 

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