Cinescatti

BFM — 28
BFM — 28
Cinescatti is the new project by Laboratorio 80 and Bergamo Film Meeting for the recovery and promotion of family archives, with particular attention to films made by amateurs between the 1930s and the 1980s in 9.5mm, 8mm, Super8 and 16mm formats.
06 March28 March
2010
Sala alla Porta Sant’Agostino – Bergamo (Bergamo)

The Cinescatti project will be presented to the audience from March 6 to 28, at the Sala di Porta S. Agostino in Bergamo. The project includes the screening of films made by Italian and European directors, organizations, associations and institutions, which have already started projects to collect, archive and process family films. During the final day, March 27, there will be a meeting in the presence of Italian and foreign experts.

The first call for the submission of films to the Cinescatti project will be open from 6 March to June 30, 2010.

The project

Cinescatti is the new project by Laboratorio 80 and Bergamo Film Meeting for the recovery and promotion of family archives, with particular attention to films made by amateurs between the 1930s and the 1980s in 9.5mm, 8mm, Super8 and 16mm formats.

Info

Presentation:
March 5, 2009 – 6.30PM
Porta Sant’Agostino, Bergamo

Cinescatti
From 6 to 28 March 2010 – Porta Sant’Agostino, Bergamo
Opening: from Tuesday to Friday 4PM-7PM; Saturday and Sunday from 11AM to 7PM;
Monday is closed.

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