FRAME Access 2021 (online): the call for applications is open!
What is FRAME?
Since 2010, INA organised the annual training programme FRAME in partnership with FIAT/IFTA (International Federation of Television Archives) and EBU Academy (European Broadcasting Union). FRAME is a co-funded by the Creative Europe – MEDIA programme of the European Union. The FRAME training programme consists in 3 sessions per year, which cover each step of the audiovisual archival content management.
FRAME Access training programme:
Social media, virtual reality, immersive experiences, innovative storytelling, podcasts, etc., ways to give access to audiovisual archives and content are constantly renewed. Archive has value, it is a living material, likely to seduce a young audience, to create a link between generations and citizens.
Our times, from containment to curfew, show us how much archives can be a resource for broadcasters and cultural institutions. But no need to wait for crisis times to think about access policies to archive material.
FRAME Access enables participants to draw inspiration from each other's projects, as well as from trainers’ experiences of trainers.
Through theoretical or feedback presentations, case studies and participative workshops, they will explore different access models, discover how to design an editorial strategy, address issues of rights management and documentation, which are all essential conditions to give access to audiovisual content. Innovation will be at the heart of the programme, but the basics of archiving will not be forgotten either.
In the FRAME Access 2021 Programme:
- Overview of access models, projects and strategies
- Metadata, new data models, rights management, etc.: the prerequisites to give access to archives
- The audiences at the heart of the access strategy
- Methodology to lead an access project
- What technologies and innovation can bring (in particular AI)
As in the previous years, the training sessions will be delivered by recognized European and international experts:
Archives nationales (France) / French National Archives
Among FRAME Access 2021 speakers:
Maria Drabczyk (Filmoteka Narodowa – Instytut Audiowizualny)
Virginia Bazán-Gil (Radiotelevisión Española)
Leen De Bruyn (meemoo, Vlaams instituut voor het archief)
Tim Manders (Nederlands Instituut voor Beeld en Geluid)
Axel Roche-Dioré (INA - Institut national de l'audiovisuel)!
In addition, even if the context requires to organise FRAME Access online, it will provide with the conditions to be a moment of exchange and networking, because FRAME is, over all, a community.
FRAME Access objectives:
- Present and promote innovative and inspiring projects, examples and models of access to audiovisual archives
- Gather European and international professionals working in the cultural industries and media areas, to develop and strengthen their this professional community
- Enable peer-exchange, solutions, best practices and experience sharing between speakers and participants
- Build a common language and shared professional practices
Who can attend to FRAME Access?
FRAME is dedicated to European and international professionals working for the preservation, management and access to audiovisual archives. Professionals from all areas are welcome whether their experience, level of expertise and field of activity. They can work for broadcasters, film archives, galleries, libraries, museums, patrimonial institutions, production companies, etc.
When and where?
The training session will take place online.
Dates: 3-4 and 7-9 June 2021
Hours : From 1pm to 6 pm (Central European Summer Time - UTC/GMT+2)
Tuition fees cover the costs of the training session organisation, the creation and production of the training programme and training materials, the remuneration of speakers.
Full rate: 500 € per participant
Scholarship rate: 300 € per participant
Based on the European Commission rules, applicants from the following countries are eligible to request for a scholarship: Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Montenegro, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia.
3 scholarships are available.
The selection of participants is made based on the profile of the applicants, their professional project and motivation to attend the training session. 17 applicants will be selected and notified by email.
How to apply?
To apply to FRAME Access 2021, you have to fill out the form, in order to present your professional and training background, your professional project, the reasons why you would like to attend the training session. The request for a scholarship must also be done through the form.
The call for applications is open until may, 13; once the selection process done, you will be notify by email whether your application has be selected or not.
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