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Film on Demand

Last week a report outlining the economic importance of the film industry in Holland was officially presented to government representative Boris van der Ham. The report, commissioned by Filmwereld , an association of filmmakers, theaters, rental stores and other distribution channels, shows a clear but grim picture: in 2005 the film industry lost over 10% (82 million Euro) in revenue through illegally downloaded films. With the report, the association asks for governmental support to help fight (...)
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What do young filmmakers want?

Nisimasa, a European network of young film professionals, students and enthusiasts for European cinema, devoted their March edition of their online magazine to the topic Film Archives. According to chief editor Caroline Fournier, young film professionals don’t really know much about this topic and are closed off because of bad access. At the same time archives have great potential to contribute to their future work through reuse of the material.
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Celluloid Remix – Lessons learned

In this document Annelies Termeer of EYE Film Institute Netherlands describes step by step the development and the approach of the online video remix competition Celluloid Remix, organized in 2009 by EYE (then Filmmuseum), Knowledgeland and Images for the Future. This document aims to inform archives or museums wishing to plan a similar project about the dos and don’ts.
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iPhone-app War Memorials in Vision

Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike - Beelden voor de toekomst iPhone app makes visiting more than 200 war memorials in the Netherlands an even richer experience.
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Celluloid Remix

Attribution - Professionals and amateurs create new productions by remixing old films.
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ED*IT Education platform

Attribution - Interactive education platform which enables access to a wealth of reliable sources from Dutch museums and archives.