Screening and report of the restoration process
Centre for Image Research and Diffusion (CRDI) and Filmoteca de Catalunya
In 2015, CRDI signed a collaboration agreement with the Filmoteca de Catalunya for the preservation and digitization of cellulose nitrate films preserved at CRDI. To celebrate the World Day for Audiovisual Heritage, next October 26th, it will be held a screening of two restored films: España al día and Homenatge a Santiago Rusiñol. In the same event, the curator of the Filmoteca, Rosa Cardona, will explain the restoration process.
Thursday, October 26th , at 7 pm, in the Municipal Archive of Girona. Placeta Institut Vell, 1.
Audiovisual resource using 3D techniques
Centre for Image Research and Diffusion (CRDI)
A new audiovisual product will be presented in order to know the technical procedure of formation of the gravure on copper plate from the original technique of Talbot-Klic (1879). This audiovisual, created using 3D animation techniques, is the fifth proposal of a series dedicated to the evolution of the photographic technique and photomechanical procedures that started in 2007.The script is done by the teacher Carles Mitjà and the project execution is assumed by the CIFOG (Escola de Cicles Formatius de Girona). This audiovisual, unique in its presentation, has a clear dissemination function and, unlike the theoretical texts, allows the viewer to get a clear idea of this photomechanical procedure. It will be presented on October 27th coinciding with the World Day for Audiovisual Heritage.
Centre for Image Research and Diffusion (CRDI) and Institut d'Estudis Fotogràfics de Catalunya (IEFC)
This resource is the result of the digitization and online publication of part of the bibliography about Photography Technique that belongs to the specialized library of the Municipal Archive and the one from the Institut d'Estudis Fotogràfics de Catalunya. Both collections have a great utility for the research on the evolution of the photographic techniques. The digitisation and online publication aims to offer to researchers some relevant publications. This collection has been acquired over the years and it it has nowadays a very outstanding value.