- USC Ronald Tutor Campus Center
- Los Angeles
The Screening the Future conference serves the global community of stakeholders who keep audiovisual content alive. This annual international conference brings together more than 250 leading archivists, production companies, filmmakers, TV producers, CTOs, scientists, vendors, strategists, funders and policy makers, developing solutions to the most urgent questions facing audiovisual repositories.
With Play, Pause and Press Forward as this year’s theme, the conference explores the main challenges that audiovisual archives and producers face in terms of IT, institutional position, and changes in use and market and their future readiness. Screening the Future also includes a full day of Master Classes where you’ll spend focused time with experts and other delegates on a specific key topic.
The conference takes place from May 21-23, 2012 at USC Ronald Tutor Campus Center, Los Angeles, USA.
Screening the Future 2012 is organized by the PrestoCentre Foundation in collaboration with the University of Southern California Shoah Foundation Institute and Digital Repository.
More information about the program, registration details, hotels, and transportation can be found on the conference website http://2012.screeningthefuture.com
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Early bird 325 USD (until April 1); Standard 400 USD; Discounted 240 USD.
Conference rate covers: three-days admission including all plenary sessions and one master class; lunch and beverages; and screening night at the Bovard Auditorium.