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Framing Film

In collaboration with Amsterdam University Press (AUP), Eye publishes its own academic book series entitled Framing Film.

Edition Framing Film: Fantasia of Color in Early Cinema by Tom Gunning, Joshua Yumibe, Giovanna Fossati and Jonathon Rosen.
Edition Framing Film: Fantasia of Color in Early Cinema by Tom Gunning, Joshua Yumibe, Giovanna Fossati and Jonathon Rosen.

This series consists of theoretical and analytical books in the field of restoration, preservation, archival and exhibition practices in line with the work of Eye. The first title appeared in 2009: From Grain to Pixel. The Archival Life of Film in Transition by Giovanna Fossati. Since then, a dozen of books have been published in the series. With Framing Film, Eye and AUP aim to support scholars and archivists in their reflection on archival and restoration practices.

“The Eye Filmmuseum in Holland is a leader in the field and their Framing Film imprint adds invaluable scholarship to the field.”

Mike Leggett, Leonardo Reviews

Publications released

2009 and 2011

- From Grain to Pixel. The Archival Life of Film in Transition by Giovanna Fossati

2012

- Watch and Learn: Rhetorical Devices in Classroom Films after 1940 by Eef Masson

2013

- Preserving and Exhibiting Media Art: Challenges and Perspectives by Julia Noordegraaf, Vinzenz Hediger, Cosetta Saba, Barbara Le Maitre
- Light Image Imagination by Martha Blassnigg

Forthcoming publications

2020

- Yervant Gianikian and Angela Ricci Lucci at Work edited by Alo Paistik and Jonathan Larcher

From The Colour Fantastic: Chromatic Worlds of Silent Cinema.
From The Colour Fantastic: Chromatic Worlds of Silent Cinema.

For more information about the individual editions and to purchase, please go to the website of Amsterdam University Press

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“I ... applaud this [series'] effort, because for me the construction of film history has always been a complex matrix of social forces, academic research interest, and archival ability. Just as research queries by film scholars lead to films being prioritized for preservation and restoration, preservation initiatives in the archives also lead to an opening up of new film historical terrain”

Jan-Christopher Horak, Directeur UCLA Film & Television Archive