• 00:01    |    
    Initial credits
  • 19.5    |    
  • 00:32    |    
    Why is film important?
  • 01:11.5    |    
    How has the growth of the film media influenced the art of conservation?
  • 02:43    |    
    Do you have favorite film collections?
  • 04:31.149999999999977    |    
    Do you learn new things from society when you restore old films?
  • 05:22    |    
    What brought you to Universidad Francisco Marroquín?
  • 06:11.300000000000011    |    
    How would you describe your experience in Guatemala?
  • 07:11    |    
    Will your experience in the Cinemateca match your work at the University of Texas?
  • 07:42.80000000000001    |    
    What will be your next phase in film restoration?
  • 08:22    |    
    What other unusual techniques or methods, besides software, were used to preserve films?
  • 09:13.299999999999954    |    
    Final words
  • 09:23    |    
    Final credits

Interview with Caroline Frick by Luis Figueroa

New Media  | 12 de agosto de 2008  | Vistas: 20453

Caroline Frick, an expert on film conservation, is founder and executive director of the Texas Archive of the Moving Image (TAMI) and assistant professor at the University of Texas at Austin. In this interview, hosted by Luis Figueroa, she emphasizes the importance of film preservation and mentions how the growth of film media has had a positive influence on the development of the art of conservation. During her visit to Guatemala, Dr. Frick learned about the work of the New Media department of Universidad Francisco Marroquín and visited the Cinemateca Universitaria Enrique Torres, an important source of vintage films in Guatemala. After this experience, she is planning to enter into a new phase of film research by writing a book about the history of film preservation.


Caroline Frick is founder and executive director of the Texas Archive…


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