In 2020, XFR Collective partnered with experimental filmmaker Naomi Uman and the National Film Preservation Foundation to preserve two of Uman’s early works: Love of Three Oranges (1993) and GRASS (1997). To mark this achievement, we asked Naomi to reflect on the origin of Love of 3 Oranges and her creative career. This is what she said.
On September 30, 2020, the National Film Preservation Foundation (NFPF) announced awards to save 47 films. The preservations will include… Read more National Film Preservation Foundation Awards XFR Collective funds to Preserve Films by Naomi Uman
This article has been reposted from the New York City Municipal Archives’ blog For the Record. Typically, when preserving something… Read more Glue, Time, Humidity and Heat: Mastering the Elements of Tape Preservation
Somehow, it’s 2019! With 2018 drawn to a close, we wanted to take a moment to celebrate what was an… Read more It’s 2019! Will You Support the Work of XFR Collective?
The XFR Collective is looking for new partners! Deadline for applications: February 16*, 2018. *Applications received after February 16th may be reviewed… Read more Call for New Partners!
Please note that this statement contains content about sexual violence. Over the course of the last several months, XFR Collective… Read more On Safety and Accountability Within Our Organization and Our Greater Community
You might not know it from all the work we’ve been doing with the new METRO studio, presenting at the… Read more XFR Collective is on hiatus!
In Surry, Maine, about an eight hour drive from New York City, the concert barn awaits. Surry Arts at the… Read more It’s All About ME: Digitizing Amateur Opera in Surry, Maine
The XFR Collective is excited to announce a new partnership with the Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO), a New… Read more XFR Collective’s New Partnership with METRO (… & seeking equipment!)
In the following post, I’m going to talk a little about the 8mm video format (Video 8, Hi8, and Digital… Read more 👋🏻 8 📼