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EUscreenXL – unique historical footage

Are you interested in professionally produced footage of the past 100 years that mostly has not been published on the Internet before? Keen on accessing videos of historical events such as the fall of the Iron Curtain in the late 1980’s? Would you like to watch an interview with Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper from 1969 about their movie Easy Rider?

EUscreenXL – unique historical footage

EUscreen – an Internet portal of European broadcasters and archives – is just the right thing for you.

Date

Tuesday, March 1st, 2016

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Meet us @ Content in Motion

Content in MotionWhen: 03-04 December 2015

Where: Warsaw, Poland – NInA

What is it?
The Content in Motion: Curating Europe’s Audiovisual Heritage conference is organized by the EUscreenXL consortium – the best practice network for Europe’s audiovisual heritage. The conference takes place on the 3rd and 4th of December in Warsaw at the Polish National Audiovisual Institute (NInA).

Date

Tuesday, November 24th, 2015

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From Audience to User: Engaging with Audiovisual Heritage Online

The EUscreenXL project holds an international conference on user engagement.

The conference takes place on October 30-31st at the Casa del Cinema in Rome. It is organised by the best practice network for Europe’s audiovisual heritage, EUscreen. The network is delighted to announce that the full programme for the conference, titled “From Audience to User: Engaging with Audiovisual Heritage Online”, is now available.
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Date

Monday, October 6th, 2014

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Access to European Television Heritage XL

EUscreenXL aggregates a comprehensive amount of professional audiovisual content provided by European broadcasters and television archives and makes it accessible. Also through the European digital culture portal, Europeana.

The EUscreen project has put more than 30.000 televisual items online to make historical audiovisual content widely accessible. The project’s successor, EUscreenXL, will invest even more in online accessibility of European Television Heritage. It will extend the core collection for another 20.000 high quality TV items and it will make more than 1.000.000 metadata sets of the consortiums 22 content partners’ collections searchable and accessible on Europeana to serve broadcast professionals, media researchers and the general public.
The consortium is coordinated by the University of Utrecht and brings together 32 partners from 21 EU member states.

Deutsche Welle is a content partner and additionally contributes to validation and dissemination.

The project runs from Mar 2013 – Feb 2016.

Bring me to the EUscreenXL portal.

Date

Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013

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