The 2019 Copyright Directive brought forward a solution to clear copyright on out of commerce works. To benefit from this solution, cultural heritage institutions need to publicise their intention to make datasets available online via the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) out of commerce works portal.
In the light of the war in the Ukraine, the Association of European Cinematheques continues to seek ways to support its colleagues from the Oleksandr Dvozhenko Centre in Kyiv.
On 20-22 April 2022, the final conference of the international research project "ViCTOR-E - Visual Culture of Trauma, Obliteration and Reconstruction in Post-WW II Europe" will take place at the Institut national d'histoire de l'art.
The organizers of the FIAF Congress 2022, which will take place in Budapest, Hungary from 24-29 April 2022, have issued a Call for Papers for the FIAF Symposium entitled "The Visible Archive: Archiving, preserving, digitizing, and sharing 'non-feature' film collections".
On the occasion of this year's World Day for Audiovisual Heritage we are excited to announce a new thematic collection on EFG focusing on reconstruction efforts after WWII in Europe, particularly in the Czech Republic, France, Germany and Italy. This collection is one of the results of the EU-funded research project "VICTOR-E: Visual Culture of Trauma, Obliteration and Reconstruction in Post-WW II Europe".