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#272: BYER OG FILM / IN ENGLISH 


I-Media-Cities – Historiske byfilm og digital innovation

Tænk hvis man kunne tilgå alle europæiske filmarkivers digitale samlinger på en fælles webplatform. Og hvis platformen tilbød digitale analyseredskaber, så man med et tryk på en knap kunne få svar på næsten ethvert kvantitativt spørgsmål, som filmforskerhjertet kan begære.

De første sten til den digitale filmforsknings fagre nye verden er lagt. Sammen med ni andre filmarkiver, seks forskningsinstitutioner, to teknologipartnere og en forretningsudvikler deltager DFI i det EU-finansierede projekt I-Media-Cities – en fælles webportal med historiske film fra ni europæiske byer og tilhørende digitale analyseredskaber.

Dette Kosmorama handler om projektet, om byer, film og digitale analyseredskaber.

I-Media-Cities – europæisk film-historieskrivning og den digitale humaniora

Christian Gosvig Olesen tester sitet og sætter I-Media-Cities i perspektiv i forhold til tidligere EU-projekter med filmarven som omdrejningspunkt.

Real and Reel Stockholm – Representations of Stockholm in I-Media-Cities, and current issues in archival film access

Stockholm er en af de byer, der leverer film til I-Media-Cities. Herfra skriver Ingrid Stigsdotter and Maaret Koskinen om det svenske bidrags muligheder og begrænsninger.

Walking in Copenhagen, Hamburg and Oslo – Planned and Lived Space in Jørgen Roos'  Early-60's City Symphonies

Dokumentarfilmen 'En by ved navn København' fra 1960 er dansk filmhistories eneste Oscar-nominerede byfilm. I kølvandet på nomineringen fik instruktør Jørgen Roos pludselig ordrebogen fuld. C. Claire Thomson har fulgt Roos’ filmiske fodspor rundt i to byer mere.

God fornøjelse med læsningen af det nye Kosmorama
...og glem ikke, at Kosmorama før har taget livtag med byer og film:

Kosmorama 244 / Vinter 2009: Storbyfilm

KOSMORAMA #272: CITIES AND FILM 


I-Media-Cities – Historical city films and digital innovation

Imagine if one day you could access the collections of all European film archives on one web platform. What if this platform was equipped with the digital tools to satisfy any film scholar’s heart’s desire, at least as far as quantitative research questions are concerned?

The bedrock for this brave new world of digital film research is currently being laid by the EU-financed project I-Media-Cities. The project consortium encompasses six research institutions, two technological partners, a business developer and nine film archives – including the Danish Film Institute. This issue of Kosmorama focusses on the project, on cities, film and digital research.

I-Media-Cities – europæisk film-historieskrivning og den digitale humaniora

Christian Gosvig Olesen has tested the site and gives an overview of the history of film heritage projects sponsored by the EU – in Danish only.

Real and Reel Stockholm – Representations of Stockholm in I-Media-Cities, and current issues in archival film access

From Stockholm – one of the project partner cities – Ingrid Stigsdotter and Maaret Koskinen discuss the possibilities and limitations of the Swedish contribution to I-Media-Cities.

Walking in Copenhagen, Hamburg and Oslo – Planned and Lived Space in Jørgen Roos'  Early-60's City Symphonies

The 1960 documentary 'A City Called Copenhagen' is the only Danish city film ever to receive an Oscar-nomination. In the wake of the sudden fame spurred by the nomination, numerous other cities approached director Jørgen Roos wanting something similar. C. Claire Thomson follows Roos’ footsteps through two more cities.
Enjoy your read
...and for Danish-speakers: Don’t forget our previous issue on cities and films:

Kosmorama 244 (2009): Storbyfilm
You can find all the Kosmorama articles in English here:
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