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Master's programme: Preservation and Presentation of the Moving Image (P&P)

Since 2003, Eye has been involved as cofounder and partner in the English-language dual Master’s programme Preservation and Presentation of the Moving Image at the University of Amsterdam.

Still from La poule aux oeufs d'or (1905, Gabriel Moreau & Gaston Velle).
Still from La poule aux oeufs d'or (1905, Gabriel Moreau & Gaston Velle).

Each year, a group of about sixteen international students attend (guest) lectures by Eye staff members, and at least three internships are offered in various departments at Eye. These internships allow students to gain practical experience under the supervision of experienced curators, restorers and digital film specialists. The internship programme is made possible in part by the Gieskes-Strijbis Fund.

In 2018 the Master’s programme Preservation and Presentation of the Moving Image will have existed for fifteen years. To celebrate this milestone, the 2018 Eye International Conference will focus exclusively on this programme. By now, more than 150 individuals have graduated from the master and are active in museums, archives and universities all over the world.

Still from La fin de Robespierre (1912, Albert Capellani).)
Still from La fin de Robespierre (1912, Albert Capellani).)

Further information about the programme and practical details are available on the website of the University of Amsterdam.

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