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TV programme bridges the semantic gap

Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike - Beelden voor de toekomst The tagging game Waisda? is one of a series of pilots in the Images for the Future project designed to explore the potential for public participation. The game, which invites players to provide t (...)
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Making old films accessible calls for passion and patience

Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike - Images for the Future In the restoration lab at the EYE Film Institute Netherlands old films are restored and digitised. They also recently started work on the processing and storage of digital films.
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Pictura Imaginis, images of images

 - As part of the Images for the Future project, the Pictura company in the North Holland town of Heiloo is digitising a total of 1.4 million negatives from the archives of the Nationaal Archief, So (...)
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A passion for film

Attribution Share Alike - Tom De Smet has been the manager of the Film Department at the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision in Hilversum since 1 January 2010. Prior to that, he was the project manager for film con (...)
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The Film Museum and its nitrate bunker

 - On the De Koningshof estate in the woodlands of Overveen, there is a hidden concrete bunker where the Film Museum has archived a large proportion of its flammable nitrate film stock. Martin van L (...)
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Photographic volunteers at the Nationaal Archief

Attribution Share Alike - Searching the past - a look behind the scenes at the Nationaal Archief’s photographic volunteers. A year ago, the Nationaal Archief began working with a group of volunteers who assign labels and (...)