Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the NFSA
Mr Müller is a renowned leader in the international digital heritage and culture sector. From 2009-2017 he was the CEO of the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, which comprises one of the largest audiovisual collections in Europe. He was also Chair of the Europeana Foundation.
Prior to turning to the cultural sector, Mr Müller had over 20 years working in the advertising industry including as CEO of Saatchi & Saatchi Amsterdam and as a member of the board of the agency in Europe. He was President of the International Federation of Television Archives from 2012-2016 and served as Chair of the Dutch Media Literacy program and the Dutch National Coalition for Digital Preservation and Sustainability.
Ms Meg Labrum
General Manager, Collections and Access
Meg Labrum joined the Film Branch of the National Library of Australia in 1980, as a graduate librarian. When the NFSA was established in 1984, Meg was one of its founding staff members.
Over the years, she has not only maintained her passion for film as an art form, but as a Senior Curator she has also developed her skills and experience in collection context, policy development, evaluation, legal deposit, intellectual property and moral rights, and the impact of digitisation on archival services.
Meg has played an active and influential role in international archival organisations – including 10 years as Secretary General of FIAF - The International Federation of Film Archives. She is also a regular speaker at international film and archival forums and festivals.