Winner Celluloid Remix announced

29 September 2009 On September 25 the prize winners of Celluloid Remix were announced at the Netherlands Film Festival. Celluloid Remix is an online remix-competition with films from the beginning of Dutch film history organized by the Filmmuseum and Images for the Future. Out of 54 high quality entries the jury picked Jata Haan’s film Movement as the winner.

Launch Open Images!

24 September 2009 On 24 September 2009 Sound and Vision launched Open Images, a new and open media platform that offers access to a selection of archive material to stimulate creative reuse. Footage from these audiovisual collections can be remixed into new works. Users of Open Images then have the opportunity to add their new material to the platform, in order to expand the archive.

1000 hours of Barend & Van Dorp online

02 July 2009 In 2008 Holland’s most renowned talkshow hosts Frits Barend and Henk van Dorp drove a trolley filled with all the episodes of their famous talkshow into the Sound and Vision building. As of September 17 Sound and Vision will put over 1000 hours of this unique material on display in their virtual showroom. Not only to let everyone in Holland enjoy it again, but also to be able to sell it.

Launch of Celluloid Remix on BeamLab

16 April 2009 Filmmuseum and Images for the Future launched Celluloid Remix, an online remix competition with films from the beginning of Dutch film history. Professionals and amateurs will remix special Dutch cinematographic material, dating from the period 1917-1932, into new, short films with their own soundtrack. Yesterday, the competition kicked off with a thrilling live performance by Eboman at a packed BeamLab.

Launch Celluloid Remix op Beamlab

15 April 2009 Within the framework of Images for the Future, the Filmmuseum and Knowledgeland will launch the online remix competition Celluloid Remix on Beamlab on the 15th of April. The Filmmuseum will place 21 unique silent film fragments stemming from the period 1917 – 1932 at the competitors disposal.

Sound and Vision is looking for a million experts

23 January 2009 The Netherlands has millions of media experts and Sound and Vision would like them to start sharing their knowledge with each other on the Sound and Vision-wiki (Beeld en Geluid-wiki). Program makers, media scientists and viewers and listeners either know a lot about radio and television programs and about the people who pull the ropes or they have very specific knowledge about subjects such as radio technique or television design. A wealth of information that can be made accessible by and for a (...)