Higher Learning The Materiality of Cinema
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Higher Learning The Materiality of Cinema

Toronto-based media and film archivist Christina Stewart talks about motion picture handling and the material history of the film medium.

Part of our Reel Heritage initiative, this public lecture, delivered by Toronto-based media and film archivist Christina Stewart is dedicated to the whys and hows of motion picture handling, the value of proper training, the tools of the motion picture handler, and the material history of the film medium. The lecture will be followed by a Q&A with the audience. Submit your questions for Christina Stewart on Twitter via #reelheritage. 

Christina Stewart has a background in Media Arts and is a graduate of the L. Jeffrey Selznick School of Film Preservation at George Eastman House. She has worked with collections at the Canadian National Exhibition Archives, Northeast Historic Film, National Steinbeck Center, and the Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre, in addition to the Warner Bros. Nitrate Film Collection held at George Eastman House. Christina has taught film identification and handling workshops through archival associations across Canada and is currently Front End Manager at Niagara Custom Lab.
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