Last week we attended the annual Association of Moving Image Archivists Conference in lovely Portland, Oregon and had the pleasure of presenting two screenings of digitized films from the Anne Charlotte Robertson Collection.
The first screening was hosted by Portland, Oregon’s Cinema Project. This is a great organization, co-founded by the HFA’s very own Jeremy Rossen! The Cinema Project crew graciously coordinated the event and even held a bake sale in honor of Anne, who often brought baked goods to her own screenings.
Later in the week the 2001 Anne Robertson short, My Cat, My Garden and 9/11 was presented to great reception as part of AMIA’s Archival Screening Night at the Northwest Film Center in Downtown Portland.
It was very rewarding to share Anne’s incredible work with these communities. Thanks to all of our friends, old and new, who helped make these unique events possible!
These were some of the last screenings of Anne’s work until 2017. We will screen Reel 3 of the Five Year Diary at the Harvard Film Archive on December 18th at 7pm, and then the work will be out of circulation until we have completed preservation and digitization of the collection, which we expect to have finished by early 2017.