The EU-funded ViCTOR-E project, in which the European Film Gateway was a partner, has developed e-learning exercises to explore post-WWII Europe through film, offering a unique and engaging collection of multilingual activities for school and other learning contexts.
On July 5, 2023 DFF - Deutsches Filminstitut & Filmmuseum and The European Film Gateway gave an overview of how the free open source tool OpenRefine can be used for data enrichment and transformation. The resources and recordings of the webinar are now available online.
The Baltic Audiovisual Archival Council (BAAC) is accepting submissions for its 2023 Annual Conference in Riga, Latvia, from September 27 to 29, 2023. The conference aims to address the challenges faced by audiovisual heritage institutions in today's complex environment, including geopolitical tensions, limited resources, the impact of new technologies, and diverse stakeholder expectations.
The 8th Eye International Conference will take place in Amsterdam from 4 — 7 June 2023 and aims to extend the discussion on how audiovisual archives can inspire engagement with social and political causes. It focuses on the utilization and development of audio-visual collections as shared resources, emphasizing global and local projects and collaborations. It seeks contributions from various fields, practices, and regions to showcase diverse approaches to community-based audio-visual archiving.
On 20 March 2023, ARTE in collaboration with the Association of European Cinematheques (ACE) launched the second edition of ArteKino Classics. Under this label, ARTE will be showing rarely seen European films – true gems of the 7th art – as part of its linear and non-linear catalogue. This year’s programme includes some 20 films, including major works by Hungarian director Márta Mészáros, Swedish director Mai Zetterling and Czech director Vera Chytilová.