[EN] Persistence and Mimicry: the Digital Era and Film Collections. Lecture by Alexander Horwath
October 13-14, 2011
Organised by the Centre National de la Cinématographie et de l’Image Animée and the Cinémathèque française:
"The Digital Revolution: What Would Happen If Films Lost Their Memory?"
Alexander Horwath is director of the Österreichisches Filmmuseum in Vienna and was in charge of the Viennale festival from 1992 à 1997. A film critic, he has written about American cinema in the seventies, Michael Haneke and the Austrian avant-gardes. He also co-edited the book Film Curatorship: Archives Museums, and the Digital Marketplace (Wallflower, 2008).