Category Digitisation

Third International Conference ‘Colour in Film’ (19-21 March, 2018) Report

Between the 19th and 21st of March 2018, academics, archivists and specialists in film colour gathered at the BFI Southbank and Birkbeck, University of London, for the Third International Conference ‘Colour in Film’ organised by the Colour Group (GB), HTW Berlin and the University of Zurich. The Eastmancolor Revolution team were there to present a ‘Work in Progress’ session […]

INNOVATION AND EXPERIMENTATION Pt.4: FANTASTIC DESIGNS

by Paul Frith, Post-Doc Research Associate on The Eastmancolor Revolution Project This final post in our series on amateur filmmakers features the remaining two of six titles from the Institute of Amateur Cinematographers collection digitised as part of The Eastmancolor Revolution project (see the previous Innovation and Experimentation blog posts for further details). Both of these […]

Innovation and Experimentation Pt.3: Film Societies and the ‘Lone Worker’

by Paul Frith, Post-Doc Research Associate on The Eastmancolor Revolution Project Picking up from my previous blog (Innovation and Experimentation Pt.2, 13 July 2017) which featured the first selection of films from the Institute of Amateur Cinematographers collection to be digitised as part of The Eastmancolor Revolution project, two new titles from the collection are […]