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Book now for 16th October 2019: 

How to Archive a Film – An Introduction to Cataloguing, Metadata & Beyond

This one-day course is designed for archivists, librarians, curators and anyone working in heritage who wants to extend their skills into archive film and video. The course will enable participants to learn the core elements of film and video cataloguing, including different styles of description (and their uses) and an introduction to metadata.

At the end of this course participants will have learnt the core elements needed to identify and catalogue archive film using metadata fields, developed confidence to safely identify moving image material, and will know what to look for when considering acquiring moving image material for their collection.

For further details of the programme please contact David Whorlow on 020 7613 7674 or david.whorlow@filmlondon.org.uk. Members of London’s Screen Archives have a separate allocation and should contact David directly to book.

The price of the course is £65, including lunch and materials.

Date And Time:

Wed, 16 October 2019
10:00 – 15:00 BST

Location:

London Metropolitan Archives
40 Northampton Rd
London
EC1R 0HB

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Book now for 31st October 2019: 

Copyright and Licensing for Film and Video Heritage Material

This one-day course is designed for archivists, librarians, curators and anyone working in heritage who wants to extend their skills into archive film and video. The session provides a comprehensive introduction to the practical aspects of copyright issues and audiovisual collections. Other forms of intellectual property as well as data protection (GDPR) issues will also be briefly outlined.

Naomi Korn is one of the UK’s leading experts in copyright issues within a cultural heritage context and specifically cultural heritage organisations. She is the author of a multitude of resources for copyright, including Copyright – A Practical Guide, published by Collections Trust, as well as a contributory author to the Rights Management sector of ‘SPECTRUM’.

The course will be led by Naomi in an engaging PowerPoint free environment.

By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Understand the basic principles of copyright and identify what types of work are protected by copyright
  • Understand the basic principles of copyright issues specific to audio visual collections, such as layers of rights
  • Know how to establish authorship, ownership and duration of copyright in different types of work
  • Identify the copyright exceptions and how they relate to audio visual collections
  • Consider other types of Intellectual Property Rights and what they protect
  • Discuss the impact of Brexit on copyright
  • Identify the differences between assignments and licences
  • Review key hot topics in copyright, including social media, risk management, orphan works and the relationship between rights management and collections management
  • Consider how you can protect your own rights
  • Discuss case studies relevant to the topics discussed

For further details of the programme please contact David Whorlow on 020 7613 7674 or david.whorlow@filmlondon.org.uk. Members of London’s Screen Archives have a separate allocation and should contact David directly to book.

The price of the course is £65, including lunch and materials.

Date And Time:

Thu, 31 October 2019
10:00 – 16:00 GMT

Location:

London Metropolitan Archives
40 Northampton Rd
London
EC1R 0HB

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