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Audiovisual documentation generated at the Orphan Film Symposium, as well as films and videos screened at these events. The most recent event was the 12th Orphan Film Symposium on the theme of Water, Climate, and Migration, which went from the planned conference at Eye Filmmuseum in Amsterdam to a coronoavirus-era "Orphans Online," hosted by NYU Cinema Studies, May 26-29, 2020. 



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by Russell Sheaffer for the Orphan Film Symposium
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Trailer for the 8th Orphan Film Symposium, presented by NYU at Museum of the Moving Image, April 11-14, 2012. Creator: Russell Sheaffer.
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by Daphna Jaglom for the Orphan Film Symposium
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Daphna Jaglom's camera test of a newly out of the box HD video camera Canon VIXIA HF R20. Conversation with Rob Byrne (film preservationist and president of the board of the San Francisco Silent Film Festival), Dan Streible, and (off camera) Christopher Insignares. Recorded on the eve of the 8th Orphan Film Symposium, at NYU Dept. of Cinema Studies, Film Study Center. See also: http://orphanfilmsymposium.blogspot.com/2012/09/rob-byrne-sf-silent-film-festival.html
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8th Orphan Film Symposium: Made To Persuade Thursday, April 12, 2012 Part 5 Museum of the Moving Image Poetic Persuasion: What happens if you eat watermelon seeds? "Helen Hill Media Education Center" (Whispering Statues/Nickelodeon Theatre, 2011) Danielle Ash & Jodie Mack - 70mm direct animation Jeanne Burkhardt - "[Francena Feeding the Chickens]" Dwight Swanson (Center for Home Movies) - "Camera Test" (Helen Hill, 2005) Jim Bittl (HBO) - "Gross...
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8th Orphan Film Symposium: Made To Persuade Friday, April 14, 2012 (Part 4) Museum of the Moving Image ARCHIVO MEMORIA: NATIONAL MEMORY RECONSIDERED • Seth Anderson (NYU MIAP) moderator • Audrey Young (Cineteca Nacional Mexico) One Film Survived the Fire: "Cine Movil" (Javier Arroyo, 1976) Preserved by Colorlab • Issa Garcia Ascot (filmmaker) "Un Modo de Decir" (2011) • Matt Epler (NYU-ITP) The 'A Film Archive' Project • Alice Lovejoy (U of Minnesota) Beyond...
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8th Orphan Film Symposium: Made To Persuade Saturday, April 12, 2012 Part 2 Museum of the Moving Image Popular Science Michael Aronson and Elizabeth Peterson (U of Oregon) - You Are Getting Sleepy/Hungry/Horny...The Life and Times of Lester Beck, Filmmaking Psychologist: "Human Growth" (Sy Wexler, 1948) Heather Heckman and Mark G. Cooper (U of South Carolina MIRC) - Preprint elements from the Roman Vishniac Film Collection and "The Worlds of Dr. Vishniac" (Educational...
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8th Orphan Film Symposium: Made To Persuade Wednesday, April 11, 2012 at Museum of the Moving Image A production of New York University, tisch, cinema studies, map Unedited video footage of the event Originally shot by Canon VIXIA HF R20, captured as MTS files, and converted to MP4 files
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8th Orphan Film Symposium: Made To Persuade Wednesday, April 11, 2012 at Museum of the Moving Image A production of New York University, tisch, cinema studies, map Unedited video footage of the event Originally shot by Canon VIXIA HF R20, captured as MTS files, and converted to MP4 files
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by David Pierce
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David Pierce, "Legal Limbo: How American Copyright Law Makes Orphan Films." recorded at Orphans of the Storm II: Documenting the 20th Century Thursday, March 29, 2001 University of South Carolina
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From the Orphan Film Symposium entitled  Orphans Midwest: Materiality and the Moving Image , September 26-28, 2013, Indiana University Bloomington. Presented by IU Libraries Film Archive and Indiana University Cinema with NYU Tisch School of the Arts' Department of Cinema Studies.  Recorded at the IU Cinema, September 28 Andy Uhrich (Indiana University) The Film Group of Chicago: Advertising Films and Verité Documentary
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by Dan Streible
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Comparison of two instantiations of the film Three American Beauties (Edison, 1906).  Both derived from the Museum of Modern Art's 35mm nitrate print.  Left, at 16 frames per second on the National Film Preservation Foundation website;  right at 14 fps as taken from the Kino International DVD Edison (2005).  Silent.  For more about the varied versions of Three American Beauties , see Dan Streible, "Researching Early Cinema as Media Archaeology," Film Historiography blog, Feb. 13,...
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8th Orphan Film Symposium: Made To Persuade Wednesday, April 10, 2012 at The main building of the Tisch School of the Arts is located at 721 Broadway A production of New York University, tisch, cinema studies, map Unedited video footage of the event Originally shot by Canon VIXIA HF R20, captured as MTS files, and converted to MP4 files.
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Rick Prelinger discusses the shift of home movies and personal testimonies from the margins to the center of attention: they are becoming more and more the privileged footage people seek when reconstructing history. Also, he raises the issue of archives needing to be more open.
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Dan Streible explains the biennial Orphan Film Symposium.
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Visit with Walter Forsberg and Kristin MacDonough, Transfer Station (XFR STN) at the New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York.  Recorded August 2, 2013. See also https://archive.org/details/xfrstn
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Panel: "Island Governance" -- Taylor McBride (NYU MIAP) moderator * Jon Gartenberg and Jeff Capp (GME) Tassilo Adam: Moving Image Adventures in the Dutch East Indies * Jaime Partsch (Universidad del Este, Puerto Rico) Films by Governor Jesus Piñero * Bill Ferehawk (Society for Moving Images about the Built Environment) Rediscovering Buddhist Temples of Hawaii, 1948-1951 Panel: "Progressive Education and Labor Advocacy: A Lee Dick Retrospective" • Craig Kridel (U of South...
Topics: Orphan Film Symposium, New York University, Lee Dick, Sheldon Dick, Men and Dust, audio
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Russ Suniewick talks about Cololab and its close involvement with the Orphans Film Symposium.
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by Jieun An
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Jieun An's trailer made for the 8th Orphan Film Symposium (April 2012). 1 of 3 videos made for the occasion. Done as part of the NYU graduate course Curating Moving Images.
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At the 2008 Orphan Film Symposium, Craig Breaden (University of Georgia) introduced some newly-preserved long-form advertising films from the 1970 Georgia gubernatorial campaign. David and Albert Maysles were hired to shoot (in 16mm) ads for candidate Carl Sanders. The films were preserved and printed by Cineric lab. After the premiere screening, the house lights came up and there, sitting in the front row, was Albert Maysles!   . Nothing to do but call him to the podium. He was not shy. ...
Topics: Albert Maysles, Craig Breaden, University of Georgia, Carl Sanders, Orphan Film Symposium
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Audio recordings of Day 1 of the 10th Orphan Film Symposium, New York University and the Library of Congress. Orphans X: Sound Packard Theater, National Audio-Visual Conservation Center, Library of Congress, Culpeper, Virginia, April 6-9, 2016.    About Orphans X: Sound Mike Mashon (LOC), Dan Streible (NYU) Susan Courtney (U of South Carolina) The Sounds and Silences of Operation A-Bomb  (1952)   Preservation Provocations for the 21st Century Rick Prelinger (UC Santa Cruz) Silence,...
Topics: orphan films, sound, archiving, film history, NYU Cinema Studies, Library of Congress
From the Orphan Film Symposium entitled  Orphans Midwest: Materiality and the Moving Image , September 26-28, 2013, Indiana University Bloomington. Presented by IU Libraries Film Archive and Indiana University Cinema with NYU Tisch School of the Arts' Department of Cinema Studies.  Recorded at the IU Cinema, September 29 Noelle Griffis (Indiana University) The Peter Bogdanovich Collection, Indiana University Lilly Library
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Booklet (40 pages, color) for the two-DVD set Orphans in Space: Forgotten Films from the Final Frontier  (NYU Orphan Film Project, 2012).  Produced and edited by Walter Forsberg, Alice Moscosco, Dan Streible, and Jonah Volk. Booklet design by Kramer O'Neill .  
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Audio recordings of presentations at the 5th Orphan Film Symposium, Science, Industry, and Education, at the University of South Carolina Film Studies Program, Columbia, SC, March 22-25, 2006.  72 MP3 files. Recorded and edited for web distribution by Jason Craig. Text and audio also at the original www.sc.edu/filmsymposium/Orphans_Sound/orphans.htm and replicated at wp.nyu.edu/orphanfilm. 
Topics: Science, Industry, Education, orphan film, University of South Carolina, Industry, Education,...
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8th Orphan Film Symposium: Made To Persuade Thursday, April 12, 2012 Part 2 Museum of the Moving Image Ad Films for Theaters, Television and the Web Annette Groschke (Deutsche Kinematek) - Charles Wilp's Sexy-mini-super-flower-pop-op-Afri-cola Campaign, 1968-1974 Leenke Ripmeester (EYE) and Julia Noordegraaf (U of Amsterdam) - Joop Geesink's Dollywood Advertising Films
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Peggy Ahwesh talks about working with found footage in her films and about how she views archiving as an artist.
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by Russell Sheaffer and Jim Bittl for the NYU Orphan Film Symposium
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Jonas Mekas introduces a screening of Anthology Film Archives restored print of The Cry of Jazz  (1959) at the 7th Orphan Film Symposium, April 9, 2010. 
Topics: Jonas Mekas, orphan films, Orphan Film Symposium, Ed Bland, Anthology Film Archives, THE CRY OF...
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by Lan Linh Nguyen Hoai and Soojin Park
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A trailer announcing the NYU Orphan Film Symposium, scheduled for May 23-26, 2020, at Eye Filmmuseum in Amsterdam. Theme: Water, Climate, and Migration.  http://wp.nyu.edu/orphanfilm  Video created March 2020 by Lan Linh Nguyen Hoai and Soojin Park (NYU master's degree students in Moving Image Archiving and Preservation Program). 
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From the Orphan Film Symposium entitled  Orphans Midwest: Materiality and the Moving Image , September 26-28, 2013, Indiana University Bloomington. Presented by IU Libraries Film Archive and Indiana University Cinema with NYU Tisch School of the Arts' Department of Cinema Studies.  Recorded at the IU Cinema, September 27 Michael Casey (Media Preservation Initiative, Indiana University) Indiana University Media Preservation Initiative
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Mike Mashon explains a bit about the history of Copyright Law and how that connects with the massive depository at the Library of Congress.
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From the Orphan Film Symposium entitled  Orphans Midwest: Materiality and the Moving Image , September 26-28, 2013, Indiana University Bloomington. Presented by IU Libraries Film Archive and Indiana University Cinema with NYU Tisch School of the Arts' Department of Cinema Studies.  Recorded at the IU Cinema, September 27 Alex Kupfer (NYU) History of University Extension Programs and as Nontheatrical Film Producers and Distributors
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Thursday, 2:30 pm  Small-Gauge Love from South American Archives  Rafael de Luna (Federal Fluminense U, Brazil) A 9.5mm film of the Rio beach resort: Balneario da Urca (Brazil, ca. 1933) from the Collection of LUPA-UFF Beatriz Rodovalho (U Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris 3) Family Films from the Alberto Sampaio Collection (1920-1930), Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro Paola Prestes Penney (U of São Paolo) Fifty Years of Partnership: Dance Films from the Herbert and Maria Duchesnes...
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by Lauren Heath and Erin Curtis
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Interviews with attendees of the 5th Orphan Film Symposium, March 22-25, 2006, at the University of South Carolina. Unedited footage.
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by Blake McDowell
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Blake McDowell edited this trailer for the 9th Orphan Film Symposium. Premiered at EYE Film Institute Netherlands, March 31, 2014. 
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Vanessa Toulmin talks about her discovery of a group of Edison films and about the people who helped her along the way to restore these films and bring them back to America.
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Eric Schaefer (Emerson College) William Mishkin and The Orgy at Lil's Place (1963) From the Orphan Film Symposium entitled  Orphans Midwest: Materiality and the Moving Image , September 26-28, 2013, Indiana University Bloomington. Presented by IU Libraries Film Archive and Indiana University Cinema with NYU Tisch School of the Arts' Department of Cinema Studies.  Recorded at the IU Cinema, September 28.
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by David Bagnall for the Orphan Film Symposium
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Trailer / teaser for Orphans 2017 / Orphelins de Paris : Tests, essais et expérimentations, NYU Orphan Film Symposium at the Cinémathèque française, Paris, March 2-4, 2017. 
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by Dan Streible
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Mashup of "Pennsylvania Looks Ahead" (1940) + Muybridge's ANIMAL LOCOMOTION (1887) plates for ostrich and cockatoo.
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by Eddie Colloton, Dylan Lorenz,
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Trailer 2 of 3 for Orphans X  (Eddie Colloton,  Dylan Lorenz,   2016) color, sd.  :15  Apple ProRes 422, 1920 x 1080, MOV Trailers for the 10th Orphan Film Symposium: Sound, co-hosted by New York University Cinema Studies and the Library of Congress Packard Campus for Audio-Visual Conservation, April 6-9, 2016, Culpeper, Virginia, US
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by Linh Vu
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A trailer announcing the NYU Orphan Film Symposium, scheduled for May 23-26, 2020, at Eye Filmmuseum in Amsterdam. Theme: Water, Climate, and Migration.  http://wp.nyu.edu/orphanfilm   Video created March 2020 by Linh Vu (NYU Cinema Studies master's degree student). 
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8th Orphan Film Symposium: Made To Persuade Thursday, April 12, 2012 Part 4 Museum of the Moving Image Making Films at AT&T/Bell Labs, 1967-1980 Lillian Schwartz - Q&A Commerce Martin L. Johnson (U of North Carolina) - Booster Films and the Paragon Feature Film Company: "Past and Present in the Cradle of Dixie" (Montgomery, 1914), "The Lumberjack" (Wausau, 1914) Yvonne Zimmermann (U of Zurich) - Hans Richter's Sponsored Films: "Die Borse als Barometer der...
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8th Orphan Film Symposium: Made To Persuade Saturday, April 14, 2012, Part 1b < Recorded at Museum of the Moving Image RT: 15:44 Note: the opening moments of the session were not recorded; the audio begins in the midst of Ivan von Sauer's remarks. Ivan von Sauer (BBC Worldwide) introduces Eugene Perl (Hessian Hills School, Croton-on-Hudson, NY), who appeared in Lee Dick's School: A Film about Progressive Education (1939) Craig Kridel (University of South Carolina) introduces a screening of...
Topics: progressive education, Lee Dick, Hessian Hills School, orphan film, Orphan Film Symposium
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Andrea Callard speaks about her own personal role as an artist in society and the importance of archiving moving images.
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Donald Sosin talks about his musical choices for accompanying live a screening of Edison's "Origins of Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata" (1909).
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From the Orphan Film Symposium entitled  Orphans Midwest: Materiality and the Moving Image , September 26-28, 2013, Indiana University Bloomington. Presented by IU Libraries Film Archive and Indiana University Cinema with NYU Tisch School of the Arts' Department of Cinema Studies.  Recorded at the IU Cinema, September 27 Gregory A. Waller (Indiana University) Amateur Footage of Farm and Apple Orchard, Hickory Hill, Indiana (ca. 1930) Musical Accompaniment by Jason Fickel
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Werner Nekes talk about and shows optical devices from his renowned collection. Presentation given on the occasion of his receiving the Orphan Film Symposium's Helen Hill Award. Recorded by EYE, Amsterdam, March 31, 2014.  Orphans 9, The Future of Obsolescence (March 30 - April 2, 2014) was a co-production of NYU Tisch School of the Arts' Dept of Cinema Studies and EYE.  http://www.nyu.edu/orphanfilm/orphans9/
Topics: Orphan Film Symposium, Werner Nekes, Helen Hill Award, EYE Netherlands Film Institute
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Friday, 2:15 pm Amateur Collectors and Collections Brigitte Paulowitz (Lichtspiel / Kinemathek, Bern) The Richard Ernst Collection of 17.5mm and 35mm Family Films, 1914-1932 Brian Meacham (Yale U) The “Cynniewink” Sets Sail: The Films of S.W. and Cynthia Childs — I’d Be Delighted To! (1932) May Haduong & Sean Savage (Academy Film Archive) Together Un/Known: Archival Ethics and the Case of Acquisition 6130  Charles Musser (Yale U) moderator
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8th Orphan Film Symposium: Made To Persuade Friday, April 13, 2012 Part 2 Museum of the Moving Image and an Advocacy Campaign Film Larry A. Jones (the Arc of Washington) "Children Limited" (1951, Children's Benevolent League) Faye Ginsburg (NYU Council for the Study of Disability) and Laura Kissel (U of South Carolina) respondents Hollywood and the World Catherine Jurca (CalTech) - The "Motion Pictures' Greatest Year" Campaign: "The World Is Ours" (MPPDA, 1938)...
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Saturday, 1:30 pm Seeing the World  Lindsay Zarwell (US Holocaust Memorial Museum) Robert Gessner Films the Rise of Anti-Semitism in Europe and the Middle East, 1934   Liz Czach (U of Alberta) “The Girls,” Lisa Chickering and Jeanne Porterfield: Trailblazers of Travel Lecture Filmmaking, 1959-1979 [with special guest Lisa Chickering) Ting-Wu Cho (NYU) Screen Representations of Taiwanese Aborigines: Wild Men of Formosa — outtakes (US, Fox, 1921), Formosa Aborigines — outtakes (Fox...
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Last reel of a 3-reel sponsored film the NYU alumni association hired Willard Van Dyke to direct. Produced in 1952, and in circulation by 1953. This 35mm reel comes from the Prelinger Collection at the Library of Congress. The Prelinger Archives records the reel came from the International Film Bureau, a nontheatrical distributor.  April 29, 2019, the LOC catalog created a record for New York University , which notes that David Meeker's Jazz on the Screen: A Jazz and Blues Filmography (2018)...
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The printed program for the 8th Orphan Film Symposium, April 11-14, 2012. NYU Cinema Studies at Museum of the Moving Image, New York.  (Design by Joseph Botero.)
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Heddi Vaughan Siebel (media artist) Anthony Fiala's Arctic Expedition Films, 1901-1905 + A Dash For the North Pole (Charles Urban, 1909) From the Orphan Film Symposium entitled Orphans Midwest: Materiality and the Moving Image, September 26-28, 2013, Indiana University Bloomington. Presented by IU Libraries Film Archive and Indiana University Cinema with NYU Tisch School of the Arts' Department of Cinema Studies.  Recorded at the IU Cinema, September 27.
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Sleeve for the DVD Orphans 7: A Collection of Orphan Films (NYU Orphan Film Project, 2010), produced by Stefan Elnabli, Walter Forsberg, and Jonah Volk; exec. prods. Alice Moscoso and Dan Streible. 10.75 x 7.5 in. Designed by Alyssa Diaz.
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Julie Hubbert talks about her field of Film Music History at the University of South Carolina being still young and some of the challenges they face, and also talks about the "Jenkins Orphanage Band".
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From the Orphan Film Symposium entitled  Orphans Midwest: Materiality and the Moving Image , September 26-28, 2013, Indiana University Bloomington. Presented by IU Libraries Film Archive and Indiana University Cinema with NYU Tisch School of the Arts' Department of Cinema Studies.  Recorded at the IU Cinema, September 27 James Paasche (Indiana University) on Transportation Underground: The Story of Pipeline (Robert Young, for Indiana Farm Bureau Co-Op Association, 1953)
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by Dylan Lorenz, Eddie Colloton, Orphan Film Symposium
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Trailer 1 of 3 trailers for Orphans X  (Dylan Lorenz, Eddie Colloton, 2016) color, sd. 1:00, :15, and 1:00    Trailers for the 10th Orphan Film Symposium: Sound, co-hosted by New York University Cinema Studies and the Library of Congress Packard Campus for Audio-Visual Conservation, April 6-9, 2016, Culpeper, Virginia, US
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Gustav Deutsch discusses his film "FILM IST. a girl & a gun" (2009) which was shown at the Symposium and his inspirations that he and his partner drew from in order to make this found-footage film.
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Jodie Mack and Becky Lewis introduce and confer the Orphan Film Symposium's Helen Hill Award to Werner Nekes .   Recorded March 31, 2014. The 9th Orphan Film Symposium, "The Future of Obsolescence," EYE Film Institute Netherlands, Amsterdam, March 30-April 2, 2014. "Orphans 9" was a coproduction of EYE and NYU Tisch School of the Arts' Department of Cinema Studies. www.nyu.edu/orphanfilm/orphans9
Topics: Helen Hill Award, Werner Nekes, Jodie Mack, Becky Lewis, Orphan Film Symposium, Werner Nekes, Jodie...
From the Orphan Film Symposium entitled  Orphans Midwest: Materiality and the Moving Image , September 26-28, 2013, Indiana University Bloomington. Presented by IU Libraries Film Archive and Indiana University Cinema with NYU Tisch School of the Arts' Department of Cinema Studies.  Recorded at the IU Cinema, September 28 Craig Kridel (University of South Carolina) Alice Keliher and the Human Relations Film Series (1937-1942)
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Sergei Kapterev talks about the current status of the Russian archives, about his research title "Their Kingdom", and furthermore how he benefited by showing his finding at the Orphan Film Symposium.
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Julia J. Noordegraaf discusses her topic of city promotions and highlights the importance of international collaboration amongst archives.
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8th Orphan Film Symposium: Made To Persuade Saturday, April 14, 2012 Part 3 Museum of the Moving Image Intentions, Accidents, Ethics: Making "Lost Films" Accessible Mona Jimenez (NYU Audiovisual Preservation Exchange) - Ghana-U.S. Partnerships Manthia Diawara (NYU) and Louis Massiah (Swarthmore College; Scribe Video Center) - on finding "Hamile: The Tongo Hamlet" (1964, Ghana Film Industry Corporation) and "The Burial of Dr. Du Bois" (1963, Ghanafilm) On Newsfilm...
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8th Orphan Film Symposium: Made To Persuade Wednesday, April 13, 2012 at Museum of the Moving Image A production of New York University, tisch, cinema studies, map Unedited video footage of the event Originally shot by Canon VIXIA HF R20, captured as MTS files, and converted to MP4 files
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From the Orphan Film Symposium entitled  Orphans Midwest: Materiality and the Moving Image , September 26-28, 2013, Indiana University Bloomington. Presented by IU Libraries Film Archive and Indiana University Cinema with NYU Tisch School of the Arts' Department of Cinema Studies.  Recorded at the IU Cinema, September 27 Mona Jimenez (NYU Moving Image Archiving and Preservation Program) Free Floating TV: Custom Video Instruments of the 1970s
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Stephen Parr discusses the modern-day growing need for preservation and the concept of research in terms of archives and information.
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Dan Streible talks about the theme of "Love" and Jennifer Peterson's keynote talk "Love, Loss, and Climate Change: Watching the Historical Nature Film Today"
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Thursday, 11:20 am An Amateur League of Nations: A Database  Charles Tepperman (U of Calgary) A Soldier’s Story (Čeněk Zahradníček & Vladimír Šmejkal, 1934) and the 1938 International Amateur Movie Show Alexander Stark (Philipps U, Marburg) “Help Us Help!”: German Postwar Charity Films by Elisabeth Wilms. Schaffende in Not (Working People in Trouble, 1948) Eva Näripea (National Archives of Estonia) Forbidden[?] Love Behind the Iron Curtain: Peeter Tooming’s [?]...
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Snowden Becker discusses in depth the home movie "Think Of Me First As a Person" shot by Dwight Core, Sr. over a period of time (60's and 70's), where he documents his family and especially his son who has Down Syndrome.
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Opening remarks at the 11th Orphan Film Symposium, April 12, 2018, at Museum of the Moving Image. 
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David Bagnall edited this trailer for the 9th Orphan Film Symposium, presented by NYU Tisch School of the Arts, Department of Cinema Studies, at EYE Film Institute Netherlands, March 30 - April 2, 2014. 
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Andrew Lampert talks about how he first became aware of the Orphan Film Symposium, why he has been actively involved since, and why films made by individuals as personal testimonies are important.
Topics: orphan, film, symposium, 7, anthology film archives, archiving, documentation, evidence, context
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Remarks at the opening reception for the symposium Orphans Midwest: Materiality and the Moving Image , September 26-28, 2013, Indiana University Bloomington. The event was hosted by IU Libraries Film Archive and Indiana University Cinema with NYU Tisch School of the Arts' Department of Cinema Studies. Recorded at the IU Auditorium, September 26. Speakers: • Jon Vickers , Director of IU Cinema; • Brenda L. Johnson , Ruth Lilly Dean of University Libraries; • Michael A. McRobbie , President...
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Friday, 8:00 pm  Hate and Love in Silent Cinema Dino Everett (USC Hefner Moving Image Archive) & Allyson Nadia Field (U of Chicago) The Premiere of the Rediscovered Something Good — Negro Kiss (Selig, 1898) Chen (Mo) Biqiang (China Film Archive) & Zhang Zhen (NYU Asian Film and Media Initiative) U.S. premiere of the restoration of Laogong zhi aiqing (Laborer’s Love, 1922) the earliest surviving Chinese film Andrés Levinson & Paula Félix Didier (Museo del Cine) Premiere of the...
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A recording of Kathy Dudding giving her presentation "Tracing the Flaneuse: New Zealand/Aotearoa," April 9, 2010, at the 7th Orphan Film Symposium. The context of this presentation -- the panel "Women Amateur Filmmakers Travel" -- is documented here: http://www.nyu.edu/orphanfilm/orphans7/friday.php Shortly after giving this presentation, Kathy Dudding returned from New York to her home in New Zealand, at which time she discovered she had cancer. She passed away 4 months...
Topics: Kathy Dudding, amateur film, home movies, New Zealand, Orphan Film Symposium, NYU
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Ishumael Zinyengere talks about the Orphan Film Symposium and about the importance of partnerships and collaborations between all archives.
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8th Orphan Film Symposium: Made To Persuade Friday, April 13, 2012 Part 3 Museum of the Moving Image In a Family Way Irene Lusztig (UC Santa Cruz) - The Motherhood Archives: Maternal Education Films Jennifer Horne (UC Santa Cruz) - Welcome to the Nanny State: Carlyle Ellis and the U.S. Children's Bureau, 1919-1926 Andrew Simpson (Catholic U) accompanies "The Best-Fed Baby" (1925) Crystal Sanchez (NYU MIAP) moderator Community Youth Filmmaking Elena Rossi-Snook (NYPL Reserve Film and...
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8th Orphan film Symposium: Made To Persuade Saturday, April 14, 2012 Part 4 Museum of the Moving Image Behavior Modification Lite Nico de Klerk - "The Hands of a Stranger" (Richard Heffron/USIA, 1966) Russ Suniewick (Colorlab) - Remembering Alan Stark: ["Film Technology. Alan Memorial. Screen Tests. Mumps"] (Ralph Sargent, 2011) Rob Martens & Walter Forsberg - present Auroratone: "When the Organ Played 'O Promise Me'" (Cecil Stokes, 194?) with Bing Crosby....
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