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“Saving Private Reels: An International Conference on the Presentation, Appropriation and Re-contextualization of the Amateur Moving Image,” to be held in Cork, Ireland from September 17-19th promises to be one of the most significant conferences on amateur moving images in recent memory–if not ever. The program, which has just been posted [PDF], features a lineup that is a veritable who’s who of amateur film scholars.

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This week in Frankfurt, a workshop organized by the Kinothek Asta Nielsen on women amateur filmmakers.

The Kinothek Asta Nielsen would like to bring into being a Frankfurt network that would be devoted to the history and future of the cine film and would draw attention both to women film makers and to the history of women and of the gender relations documented in the home movie.

Source: Archivio Nazionale del Film di Famiglia

The Université du Luxembourg, Centre national de l’Audiovisuel Luxembourg, Dudelange will host the conference “Tourists and Nomads. Amateur Images of Migration,” from April 22 to 24, 2010.

“Drawing on Zygmunt Bauman’s distinction between two types of deterritorialisation, lived by “tourists” (moving out of choice) or by “nomads” (migrating out of economic necessity), this conference seeks to examine how experiences of spatial displacement are being represented and communicated by self-made photographs or films.”

Source: T2m.org