Conversation with Jan Müller
On Archiving in the Digital Age: What Filmmakers Need To Know
This session is an excellent opportunity to meet the new CEO of the NFSA and to gain an insight into his approach to the work ahead of him. Coming to Canberra from the Netherlands, Jan Müller is a former president of the International Federation of Television Archives. He is exceptionally well-positioned in the worldwide network of film archival organisations, and it will be exciting to hear his ideas of how our Australian archive can sit within a global context.
Conversation faciltiated by Glenys Rowe
Glenys Rowe is a film enthusiast who turned her favourite pastime into a career. She has produced Australian feature films and documentaries (Dogs in Space; Idiot Box), commissioned new forms of network television as General Manager of SBS Independent, and also worked in advertising and loved it. She is currently CEO of the independent audio book label, FinePoets. She was a Founding Member of the Friends of the NFSA.
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