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FIAT/IFTA Newsletter - November 2022
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RECORDED SESSIONS: FINAL WEEKS
 

A curated list of the FIAT/IFTA World Conference 2022 sessions is now available on the Virtual Platform for registered onsite and virtual attendees. These recordings will be available until 17 November 2022.

A link to the Virtual Platform was included in the “Joining Letter” emailed to all Conference attendees with personalised login details. If you cannot find this email, please contact Kimera Ramlall from Confco.
View the list of sessions available
 

FIAT/IFTA WEBSITE UPDATE 
 

In March 2022, the FIAT/IFTA Executive Council assigned our Network and Communications Coordinator to manage the new FIAT/IFTA website project. Since then, he has been closely working alongside the FIAT/IFTA EC and Commissions, identifying how to highlight their initiatives, events and the FIAT/IFTA network in one place.

After the FIAT/IFTA World Conference 2022, we entered the project’s final leg. Our web developer is translating the agreed structure and design to WordPress before migrating the existing content from the website to the newly designed one in November.
Preview the New Website
 

SAVE YOUR ARCHIVE: CALL FOR PROJECTS 2023 - COMING SOON!
 

Save Your Archives is also very pleased to announce that with the support of long-standing and new partners, we will launch a new Call for Projects to commence in 2023.  

Further details will be posted as soon as the Call is open.  

In the meantime, Save Your Archive is proud to highlight two significant success stories from its most recent programme edition, 2020-2022.
Save Your Archive 2020-2022
 

ECO-RESPONSIBILITY SURVEY (INA - FIAT/IFTA)


Like any human activity, archiving has an environmental impact. How exactly should it be evaluated? How is it possible to reduce it? How do professionals in audiovisual archives tackle these issues? How can they be reconciled with conservation and communication missions?

Audiovisual archives must take up the environmental challenge.

After the first FRAME Expert workshop dedicated to these questions during the FIAT/IFTA World Conference 2022, INA, in partnership with FIAT/IFTA, launches a survey to assess the current situation in the audiovisual archives sector.


Image: Haroun Tazieff, volcanologist, on the set of the TV programme "L'invité du dimanche", 1970
Copyright: Jacques Chevry | Ina
Participate in the Survey
 

OPEN CALL FOR RESEARCHER: AVRA - FIAT/IFTA
 

The Audiovisual Research Alliance, in collaboration with the FIAT/IFTA Value, Use and Copyright Commission, is pleased to announce an open call for a new research commission. This temporary research position focuses on how cultural heritage institutions with audiovisual and audio collections move from common search interfaces to using and offering exploration as an expanded approach in their collection interfaces for surfacing content. This research also explores how these expanded approaches interact with storytelling and information visualisation.

To apply, please submit your CV, cover letter, and research writing samples to AVRA coordinator Rachel Somers Miles at: avresearchalliance@beeldengeluid.nl by November 25, 2022, @ 17.00 CET.
Download the Research Open Call
 

MMC SEMINAR 2019: STOCKHOLM BOOK
 

FIAT/IFTA's Media Management Commission is proud to share the book from the MMC Seminar 2019 held in Stockholm: Changing Sceneries, Changing Roles (Part IX): Game Changers? From Automation to Curation - Futureproofing AV Content.

We look forward to being in person next year for our May 2023, MMC Seminar in Dublin! Enjoy the reading and knowledge-sharing, which is at the heart of our commission.
Download the MMC Book
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