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Tuesday, March 12 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Using Archival & Found Footage in Film

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More and more films, whether documentary or narrative, are turning to found and archival footage to clarify a point, heighten a storyline and more. Out of the gate when considering using archival footage, the first question is where do you start when looking for this kind of footage to add to your film? And what do you do when you find it - it doesn't belong to you - so how do you navigate the challenges of licensing fees? Join current 2013 filmmakers from The Network, Our Nixon, Rewind This! and No More Road Trips as they discuss the benefits and challenges of using found or archival footage in their films.
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Brian Frye

ProducerOur NixonBRIAN L. FRYE is a filmmaker, writer and law professor. His experimental films have appeared in The Whitney Biennial, New York Film Festival's "Views from the Avant-Garde", New York Underground Film Festival, The Warhol Museum, Pleasure Dome and Images Festival. Brian... Read More →
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Josh Johnson

Writer/Director, Co-FounderRewind This!Josh Johnson is a product of the home video generation, a lifelong film obsessive with an interest in the furthest reaches of global cinema. He has written for various movie publications, programmed for international film festivals, and directed... Read More →
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Eva Orner

DirThe Network
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Rick Prelinger

FounderNo More Road Trips?Filmmaker, writer, archivist, activist. Interested in meta-archival issues & other peoples' home movies. Co-founder, outsider library. Maker of live archival film events. New film: NO MORE ROAD TRIPS?

Tuesday March 12, 2013 11:00am - 12:00pm CDT
Austin Convention Center, Room 15

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