München Grünwald, Germany
ARRI Restoration (München Grünwald, Germany) is offering two internship position in the field of film restoration and remastering. Prerequisite is an interest and basic knowledge in the subject of film preservation and restoration. Especially welcome are applications from students and graduates of film preservation courses. The internship duration is minimum six months and maximum one year. The internship is paid. Knowledge of German is an advantage but not absolutely essential. Please send your applications to Zuzana Gröner (email@example.com) und Marko Krinke (firstname.lastname@example.org) Continue reading
Full-Time (term, until June, 2018)
Archival Processing Technician 40 hours/week
To be filled immediately.
Northeast Historic Film (NHF), a non-profit moving image archives located in Bucksport, Maine, seeks to fill the full time position of Archival Processing Technician.
From the date of hiring until June 2018, the Archival Processing Technician will primarily work on the CLIR funded grant project, The Woman Behind the Camera: Home Movies and Amateur Film by Women, 1925-1997. Duties will include preparing film from the NHF and Lesbian Home Movie Project collections for digitization, including inspection and cleaning or repair when necessary. The Archival Processing Technician will also prepare and digitize analog video and will perform quality control checks. The position reports to the CLIR Project Director.
During the grant period, as directed by the CLIR Project Director, the Archival Processing Technician will also support other ongoing film and video transfer projects and vault management. This additional work will be supervised by the Technical Services Manager.
Reports To: Jeff Stoiber, Assistant Curator, The L. Jeffrey Selznick School of Film Preservation
Design, budget, oversee and execute all technical operations related to the active preservation of Moving Image collection artifacts. Supervise and assist in the operations of Moving Image Department’s Digital Laboratory. Continue reading
Summer Internship (Jun-Aug, 2017, dates negotiable)
Minimum 30 hours/week (unpaid)
Supervisor: John Tariot, Film Video Digital
Send cover letter & resume to Prof. Mark J. Williams (Mark.J.Williams@dartmouth.edu)
Apply by May 1, 2017
We request a graduate student intern with experience in film handling and inspection to come to Dartmouth College during summer 2017 to inspect, de-vinegarize, and enhance a historic collection of 35mm and 16mm film prints. The intern would be supervised by AMIA member John Tariot–whose home studio for preservation and digital transfer is blocks away from the Dartmouth campus–and will also be supported by Film & Media Studies departmental faculty and staff.
Motion Picture Preservation Technician
NATIONAL ARCHIVES AND RECORDS ADMINISTRATION
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2 vacancies in the following location:
Work Schedule is Full Time – Permanent
Opened Monday 10/24/2016(6 day(s) ago)
Closes Friday 11/4/2016(5 day(s) away)
Who May Apply
United States Citizens
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