A Gateway to Film Heritage in Europe

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A Gateway to Film Heritage in Europe

  1. 1. A Gateway to FilmHeritage in Europe<br />AVA21 – Audiovisual Archives<br />in the 21st Century<br />Ghent, 13-14 October 2010<br />Georg Eckes<br />Deutsches Filminstitut – DIF<br />eckes@deutsches-filminstitut.de<br />
  2. 2. Before EFG: MIDAS<br />filmarchives-online.eu: Union catalogue of (non-fiction) films in European film archives<br />
  3. 3. Objectives<br />Build a „digital showcase“ for collections in European film archives and cinémathèques<br />Films and film clips, trailers etc. (esp. non-fiction)<br />Images: posters, photos, stills and set photographies, designs and drawings etc.<br />Text material: reviews, correspondence, censorsip and rating visa etc.<br />Central access point to federated digital collections and repositories<br />„Registry“ of digital objects and film-related authority data (Film works, Persons)<br />
  4. 4. Consortium: Archives<br />FinnishAudiovisual Archive<br />National Library Norway<br />Danish Film Institute<br />Lithuanian State Archives<br />Eye Film Institute<br />CinémathèqueFrancaise<br />Deutsches Filminstitut<br />Czech National Film Archive<br />Hungarian Film Archive<br />Filmarchiv Austria<br />Lichtspiel Bern<br />CinematecaPortuguesa<br />Cineteca di Bologna<br />Cinecitta Luce<br />Greek Film Archive<br />
  5. 5. www.europeana.eu<br />
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  7. 7. Infrastructure setup<br />EFG Information space<br />Metadata<br />Metadata<br />Metadata<br />Metadata<br />Ca. 12 more sites<br />Danish Filmography (DFI)<br />Filmportal.de (DIF)<br />Luce site<br />
  8. 8. Interoperability: Challenges & Tools<br />Information about the same films and persons coming from different sources<br /><ul><li>Complex data schema, FRBR- and CWS-oriented (Cinematographic Works Standard)</li></ul>www.filmstandards.org<br /><ul><li>Match & Merge tool for finding and merging records describing identical film works or persons: „Authority File Manager“ (AFM)</li></li></ul><li>An example of the use of theEFG Metadata Schema<br /><ul><li>Title: “Metropolis”
  9. 9. Record Source: DIF
  10. 10. Identifying Title: “Metropolis”
  11. 11. Country of Reference: Germany
  12. 12. Production Year: 1925
  13. 13. Keywords:
  14. 14. Description: “Metropolis – the city of the future. Fritz Lang's monumental science fiction film combines visual power with a love story around the reconciliation of labor and capital: JohFredersen rules the city from high above while the workers are non-stop plodding underground. Fredersen's son Freder falls in love with Maria, the workers' leader.”</li></li></ul><li>An example of the use of theEFG Metadata Schema<br /><ul><li>Title: “Metropolis”
  15. 15. Record Source: DIF
  16. 16. Identifying Title: “Metropolis”
  17. 17. Country of Reference: Germany
  18. 18. Production Year: 1926</li></ul>Vild med dansk 8<br />Title: “Metropolis”<br />Alternative: “Vild med dansk 8”<br />Record Source: “DFI”<br />Language: DEN<br />Duration: 147 min<br />Title: “Metropolis”<br />Record Source: “DIF”<br />Language: GER<br />Duration: 141 min<br />Title: “Metropolis”<br />Record Source: “DIF”<br />Language: GER<br />Duration: 93 min<br />
  19. 19. Data quality<br />EuropeanaThoughLab<br />Authority file manager tool<br /><ul><li>Generatin “authoritative” entries for film works and persons
  20. 20. Automated support for detection ob doublets
  21. 21. Match & Merge</li></ul>EFG Information space<br />Authority File Manager Service<br />Metadata<br />Metadata<br />Metadata<br />Metadata<br />Ca. 12 more sites<br />Danish Filmography (DFI)<br />Filmportal.de (DIF)<br />Luce site<br />
  22. 22.
  23. 23. Do different typesof AV material require a fundamentally different approach?<br />e.g. Television archivesvs Film archives<br />Different primarypurposes, different traditions<br />Production vs. Exhibition<br />Different metadata<br />Description ofandaccessto individual sequencesof a program vs. Contextualisationofwholefilmswith film-relatedobjectsandinformation<br />
  24. 24. Von lokalen Datensätzen zu verteilten Ressourcen<br />A library<br />A film archive<br />was reviewed in<br />A biographycollection<br />was directed by<br />was shown at<br />was advertised with<br />A geographicalinformation system<br />An art museum<br />
  25. 25. Von lokalen Datensätzen zu verteilten Ressourcen<br />A library<br />A film archive<br />was reviewed in<br />A biographycollection<br />was directed by<br />was shown at<br />was advertised with<br />A geographicalinformation system<br />An art museum<br />
  26. 26. Atwhichlevelsshouldagreementsrelatingtometadata, qualitystandardsandcriteriabeconcluded?<br />„Data Provider Agreements“<br />Europeana-DPA vs. EFG-DPA<br />Europeana-DPA vs. EDM & Linked Data<br />Changes in concepts Changes in contracts<br />Insecurityforarchives, projects, Europeana<br /><ul><li>Clear metadatalicensingrequirementsalreadybeforestartofinteroperabilityprojectsneeded! </li></li></ul><li>www.europeanfilmgateway.eu<br />

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