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Moving Image Archiving and Preservation Program - MA Thesis Presentations, 3/28 - 4/1, 2011

Moving Image Archiving and Preservation students present their M.A. thesis projects, covering a wide range of topics like the preservation of newsfilm footage, archival film projection, web archiving, copyright issues, and more.  All sessions run from 1 - 2 hours, and are open to the public.  Please follow the links to the right for detailed descriptions, as well as information on past presentations.   

Monday, March 28th

9:30am / Samantha Oddi (rm. 648)

Saving the New Idiot Box: A History of Web Series and the Challenges of Preservation

12:30pm / JungYun Oh (rm. 648)

Preserving Local Memories: Archiving Newsfilm Collections and Creating a Guide for the KCRA Collection

2:45pm / Samantha Losben (rm. 648)

Coming Soon to an Archive Near You:  Movie Trailers and Their Need for Access & Preservation

 5:00pm / Erik Piil (rm. 674)

Du Pont Motion Picture Film: A History of Manufacture and Physical Characteristics as an Aid to Identification

Tuesday, March 29th

9:30am Candace Ming (rm. 648)

Bill Miles: Independent Producers and the State of the Archive

5:30pm/ Jude Kiernan  (rm. 648)


Thursday, March 31st

9:30am / Brittan Dunham (rm. 648)

Reclaiming Theater Row: An Argument for Archival-Friendly Projection in the Cinema

Friday, April 1st

9:30am / Ashley Swinnerton (rm. 648)

What Ever Happened to Letty Lynton? – The Long-Term Effects of Copyright on Archival Film