restricted access   Volume 13, Number 1, Spring 2013

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Histories of Moving Image Archives

Editor’s Foreword

pp. viii-xii


From Nitrate to Digital Archive: The Davide Turconi Project

pp. 1-32

When Film Went to College: A Brief History of the USC Hugh M. Hefner Moving Image Archive

pp. 33-65

Imperfect Archives and the Principle of Social Praxis in the History of Film Preservation in Latin America

pp. 66-97

The Making of the National Film Archive of India: Notes from the Archive of the Archive

pp. 98-128

From Colorization to Orphans: The Evolution of American Public Policy on Film Preservation

pp. 129-150


The Education of an Archivist: Keeping Movies at the Library of Congress

pp. 151-178

How Film (and Video) Found Its Way into “Our Nation’s Attic”: A Conversation about the Origins of Audiovisual Collecting and Archiving at the Smithsonian Institution

pp. 178-184

Oh, Pioneers! The Academy’s Embrace of Early Film History, 1945–51

pp. 185-193

Cinema as Artifact and Event: Peter Kubelka as Curator, Archivist, and Media Theorist

pp. 193-199

“Then Began the Battle Royal”: Marion Michelle and the FIAF Crisis

pp. 199-217

Starting from Nothing: The Art of Creating a Film Archive

pp. 217-225



Les Images d’archives face à l’histoire: de la conservation à la création by Laurent Véray (review)

pp. 226-230

The Past Is a Moving Picture: Preserving the Twentieth Century on Film by Janna Jones (review)

pp. 230-233

Early Cinema Today: The Art of Programming and Live Performance ed. by Martin Loiperdinger (review)

pp. 233-236

Blu-Rays and DVDs

Wings (1927) (review)

pp. 236-240

Anatomy of a Murder (1959) (review)

pp. 240-242

Harold and Maude (1971) (review)

pp. 243-244


2012 Archival Education and Research Institute

pp. 245-247

Time Networks: Screen Media and Memory—NECS 2012 Conference (review)

pp. 247-250

Orphans 8: Made to Persuade (Eighth Biennial Orphan Film Symposium) (review)

pp. 250-255