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A​ FUNUMENTARY:​ Take what you can, give nothing back...​ ​(NOT)

  1. 1. Take what you can, give nothing back The making of something new Open Belgium 2018, Louvain-la-Neuve
  2. 2. part one The Present
  3. 3. Who are we?
  4. 4. What does a film archive contain?
  5. 5. What do you think a film archive looks like?
  6. 6. What does it really look like?
  7. 7. The next millennium film dates back to 1890 we’re 2018 how to reach 2100? link it, baby!
  8. 8. What software did we use for the last 100 years?
  9. 9. What software are we planning to use?
  10. 10. * yet another linked data framework OH NO, Y.A.L.D.F. ??? *
  11. 11. It’s the summer of 2015 and we thought like pirates.
  12. 12. The Stralo philosophy Think like a pirate: take what you can, give back later We’re a small institute, with big plans, but no money. Our goals: 1. Survive 2. Innovate 3. Become the best video tech institute in the world
  13. 13. And so we started linking theoretical example
  14. 14. And so we started linking practical example
  15. 15. But we didn’t stop there...
  16. 16. Take what you can, give back later make all code open-source STEP 1 release the cleaned datasets STEP 2 link other ontologies STEP 3
  17. 17. part two The Future
  18. 18. This is where we are going All the work we did so far has helped us understand that we need to: Provide access to datasets and software solutions Open up public domain content Create a testing ground for innovative ideas Play to our strengths Extend our vision to other archives to build that network
  19. 19. I-Media-Cities Exchanging knowledge in Europe Provide access to films and photographs of 9 European cities Provide specialized tools for research and annotation LOD structure with a focus on geolocation metadata Implementation of automatic analysis tools Integrated open resources: open streetmaps, LOD services
  20. 20. Using LOD to help solve European issues
  21. 21. STUDIO CINEMATEK: future vision ● Studio as collaboration for innovation ● Open access to our datasets ● Free access to our Public Domain content ● Software: sandboxes & open source ● Co-creation days, hackathons and Video Artist exchanges ● Workshops and seminars ● Expertise on linked data standards and innovative tools for A/V content: AI, IIIF
  22. 22. Questions Now or later Part one Bram Biesbrouck <> Part two Davy Hanegreefs <>

Editor's Notes

  • Film archives are by definition European institutions. It is a small world, and they all have very international personnel. Meet Arianna (Personage 4) She is Italian by birth, has worked in the film archives of TORINO, MILANO, TOULOUSE and now BRUSSELS. Even though she speaks a lot of languages, it is still not possible to find a lot of films, because our metadata are either in Dutch or French. This is even worse in IMC, where we have 11 different project languages. Enter: LOD
    Archive materials show images of places that no longer exist or streetnames that have changed. Finding these places on Google maps is almost impossible now. Enter LOD
    Rapidly shrinking budgets for annotation work. Enter LOD
  • World renowned Digitization Laboratory that is specialized in restoration and digitization of film heritage.
    International network of film archives
    Innovative vision of our director
    Expertise on linked data standards and innovative tools for innovative film preservation and re-use: AI, IIIF for video