Membership

Albanian Cinema Project (ACP)

Board member

Due to the nearly 50 year long regime of dictator Enver Hoxha, Albania remained cut off from the rest of the world until 1990. Most Albanian films made before 1991 were never translated into another language and were rarely screened outside of Albania. Since 2012, the Albanian Cinema Project has worked to change this fact, bringing a «new» national cinema to international screens.

We are forging alliances with media archives throughout the Western Balkans to build regional partnerships to promote long-term preservation of the region’s audiovisual heritage, and ongoing education for archives professionals.

Website: www.thealbaniancinemaproject.org

Association of Moving Image Archivists (AMIA)

Member

AMIA is an international, individual based, non-profit professional association established to advance the field of moving image archiving. This goal is achieved by fostering co-operation among individuals and organisations concerned with the acquisition, cataloguing, conservation, restoration, exhibition and use of all kind of moving image materials.

Director of the Board for two terms, from December 2012 to November 2016.

Currently co-chair with Rachel Del Gaudio of the Nitrate Film Committee.

Website: www.amianet.org

Fernseh- und Kinotechnische Gesellschaft e.V. (FKTG)

Member

Website: www.fktg.de

Schweizerischer Verband für Konservierung und Restaurierung (SKR/SCR)

Member

Website: www.skr.ch

Member since 2003. Former member of the association’s disaster planning and recovery task force.

SouthEast Asia-Pacific AudioVisual Archive Association (SEAPAVAA)

Associate individual member

SEAPAVAA is an association of organisations and individuals involved in, or interested in the development of audio-visual archiving in the countries of Southeast Asia (the ten member nations of ASEAN), Australasia (Australia and New Zealand) and the Pacific Islands (Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia). It particularly aims to promote audio-visual archiving and to preserve and provide access to the region’s rich audio-visual heritage.

Website: www.seapavaa.com


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