A Million Pictures

Associated Partners

A Million Pictures has Associated Partners in six countries. Among the Associate Partners, representers of the Key Associate Partners are involved in conceptual discussions of this project.

Key Associated Partners:

Screen Archive South East (AP 18)
Brighton, UK –  Archive

saseScreen Archive South East, at the University of Brighton, is committed to the preservation, research and exhibition of the Magic Lantern. Its commitment to screen heritage embraces the lantern as well as film, video and the ‘born digital’, recognising the importance of understanding both the production of such work and its commercial and cultural uses. SASE cares for some 12,000 lantern items and an important part of the collection is the Anne and Hermann Hecht Collection and its emphasis on the Church Army. SASE has a long association with the Lucerna network and has been part of A Million Pictures since its inception. SASE’s magic lantern interests are led by its archivist, Ine van Dooren.

Universität Trier, Department of Media Studies (AP 20)
Trier, DE –  University

Microsoft Word - Doc1.docx“Screen1900” Research is based at the Department of Media Studies, at the University of Trier (Germany). The focus of research are the emerging screen cultures of the 19th and early 20th century: the art of projection and early cinema. Screen1900 has already conducted three research projects on the history of the magic lantern and the art of projection, funded by the German  Research Foundation (DFG). The current project is titled “The Fundamentals of Digitalisation of Works in the Historical Art of Projection as Applied to Media History, Methodology and Media Technology” (DFG-funded research project, 2014-2018). The aim of that project is to build a virtual research environment that enables archivists, curators and scholars to generate digital editions of historical lantern slide sets and related material based on international digitization standards.

Associated Partners:

Bill Douglas Cinema Museum (AP 1)
Exeter, UK –  Museum

Birmingham City Council/ Library of Birmingham (AP 2)
Birmingham, UK – Public Library

British Film Institute / Reuben Library (AP 3)
London, UK –  Archive

Estampa disseny il·lustratio i animació SCP (AP 4)
Barcelona, ES –  SME in animation and interactive graphic design

Exeter City Council – Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery (AP 5)
Exeter, UK –  Museum

EYE Film Institute Netherlands (AP 6)
Amsterdam NL –  Museum / Archive

Filmoteca de Catalunya (AP 7)
Barcelona, ES –  Archive

Filmoteca Española (AP 8)
See the documentation of magic lanterns at the website
Madrid, ES –  Archive

iCAVS – Interdisciplinary Cluster for the Advancement of Visual Studies (AP 9)
Tourcoing / Lille, FR –  Art Lab and Research

Magic Lantern Society (AP 10)
Canterbury / London, UK –  International Association of collectors and scholars

Manchester Museum
Manchester, UK –  Museum

Tristan Mostert (AP 11)
Amsterdam, NL –  SME / Freelance Historian and Museum professional

Museo Nacional de Ciencia Y Technología (AP 12)
See the documentation of Lantern Slide at MUNCYT
Alcobendas, ES –  Museum

Museo Nacional del Teatro (AP 13)
Almagro, ES –  Museum

Museu del Cinema Girona (AP 14)
Girona, ES –  Museum

Museum Hedendagse Kunst Antwerpen (AP 15)
Antwerp, BE –  Museum

Rijksmuseum (AP 16)
Amsterdam, NL –  Museum

Royal Geographic Society (AP 17)
London, UK –  Research, Education, Archive

Staccato Films Europe BV (AP 19)
Amsterdam, NL –  SME in film production

Stichting Academisch Erfgoed
Amsterdam, NL –  Network of Dutch Academic Heritage Collections

Universiteitsmuseum Utrecht
Utrecht, NL –  Museum

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