La Cinémathèque française & New York University host a special edition of the Orphan Film Symposium. Join us in Paris on the mornings of March 2, 3, & 4, 2017.
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vendredit / Friday, 3 mars
9:00 - 10:30 am Silent Rushes from the Old Masters / Rushes des Vieux Maîtres
11:10 am – 1:00 pm Newsreel and Documentary Leftovers
Mila Turajlic (filmmaker) Stevan Labudović: Yugoslav Newsreel Footage [restlovi] and the Non-Aligned Movement in Algeria
Lina Kaminskaitė-Jančorienė (Vilnius University) The Leftovers [liekanos] of Memory: Outtakes from Robertas Verba‘s Šimtamečių godos /The Dreams of Centenarians (1969)
Theodore Kennedy (independent) & Amy Sloper (Wisconsin Center for Film and Theatre Research) B.F. Skinner Plays Himself: Outtakes from a Film Biography, The Skinner Revolution (1978)
Registration for the symposium is open to all. The fee is $200 USD ($100 USD for students, retirees, and the underemployed). Simultaneous French and English translations provided. Symposium registration also comes with access to all five days and nights of Toute la mémoire du monde, International Festival of Film Restoration (March 1-5), a 90 Euro value. REGISTER HERE. The Toute la mémoire du monde festival features 90 screenings, roundtables, master classes, and cine-concerts, as well as an international symposium about the future of cinémathèques and other presentations. The 2017 festival pays tribute to CinemaScope, Soviet melodramas (35mm prints from Gosfilmofond), Finnish filmmaker Valentin Vaala, the American silent-era studio Triangle Film Corporation, and more. Parrain du festival (patron) Joe Dante; invité d'honneur (guest of honor) Wes Anderson.