Film Heritage Foundation struggles to preserve film material in lockdown with limited physical access, drying funds
Unlike most, film archivists don’t have the option of work from home. The process of restoring and repairing film is an often laborious and expensive job that entails physical access to fragile material.
At Film Heritage Foundation’s workshops, experts from across the globe aim to give new life to India's iconic works
The non-profit organisation Film Heritage Foundation, set up by Dungarpur in 2014, is dedicated to supporting the conservation, preservation and restoration of the moving image and to developing interdisciplinary programs to create awareness about the language of cinema.
“Nostalgia is the term they use to dismiss someone’s passion,” was Christopher Nolan’s reply when asked if his insistence for shooting on film (when most filmmakers the world over have moved to the digital format) was a matter of nostalgia
Shivendra Singh Dungarpur on his 7-hour documentary CzechMate, the longest film to be certified in India
CzechMate has a run time of 7 hours, and it tells the story of 20 Czech New Wave film directors through 85 interviews | #FirstCulture