The Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research (WCFTR) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison has opened the search for a new head film archivist. The WCFTR seeks an archivist to manage the acquisition, processing and preservation of analog and digital moving image collections; facilitate access to moving image collections, including reproduction requests and film loans, teach 1-3 credits per year; write grants for audiovisual preservation and restoration projects.
You are here
As the current director of the WCFTR, I am pleased to announce the debut of the Wisconsin Nitrate Film Project.
The WCFTR is co-sponsoring this year’s World Records Symposium with the Mayrent Institute for Yiddish Culture on April 20-21. The symposium officially kicks off Thursday night with a concert at the University Club. Sessions will be held on Friday throughout the day at Memorial Library in room 126. No registration is required. On Friday night, the UW Cinematheque will feature the Midwest premiere of the newly restored Vitaphone Molly Picon The Celebrated Character Comedienne along with five other Vitaphone shorts from the WCFTR collection and live mus
During the spring 2016 semester, the WCFTR began to host a digital collection of films on the