EUscreen 2022: Translating Media Pasts

Join us on 8-9 December in Prague to explore how audiovisual heritage can cross borders, cultures, language barriers and physical challenges. And how “translation”, in its broadest sense, can contribute to greater diversity, equity and inclusion in European audiovisual archives. The EUscreen 2022 symposium is organised by EUscreen and is made possible by the Mondriaan Fund.

Date: 9 December (9:00-17:30)
Location: Studio FAMU, Klimentská 1205, 110 00 Praha, Czech Republic
You can book your ticket here and find more practical information here.

9:00-9:30: Welcome and registration
9:30-9:35: Opening and introduction
9:35-10:20: Keynote followed by an interactive audience engagement session
by Karen Palmer (Storyteller from the Future)
10:20-10:30: Break
10:30-12:00: Panel session “Subtitling the archives: accessibility, educational reuse and community engagement”
With: Isabel Crespo (Europeana Foundation), Maria Drabczyk (Centrum Cyfrowe), Teresita Gravina (Europeana Education)Margherita Dore (Sapienza University of Rome) and Bartolomeo Meletti (Learning on Screen)
Moderation: Marco Rendina (Istituto Luce Cinecittà, EUscreen)
Sketched summary: Magdalena Arażny (illustrator)
12:00-13:00: Lunch
13:00-14:30: Panel discussion “Facing the archives: media literacy and disinformation”
With: Halsey Burgund (In Event of Moon Disaster), Antoine Bayet (Institut national de l’audiovisuel), Adriana Dergam (Prague Center for Media Skills) and Kuba Piwowar (SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities)
Moderation: Johan Oomen (Sound & Vision, EUscreen)
Sketched summary: Magdalena Arażny (illustrator)
14:30-14:40: Break
14:40-17:15: Showcase “Captioning for Change”
With: Klára Trsková (Národní filmový archiv), Sarah Hayden and Hannah Wallis (The Art of Captioning Group), Saška Rakef and Bojana Šaljić Podešva (The Voice of Jackal)
Chair: Nicole Emmenegger (Sound & Vision, EUscreen)
Sketched summary: Magdalena Arażny (illustrator)
17:15 – 17:30: Closing


Date: 8 December (12:00-17:30)
Location: Czech TV, Na Hřebenech II 1132/4, 147 00 Prague, Czech Republic
EUscreen members can register here and find more practical information here.

12:00-12:45: Lunch
12:45-13:00: Registration
13:00-13:05: Opening by Martin Bouda (Czech TV)
13:05-13:15: Introduction by Johan Oomen (Sound & Vision, EUscreen)
13:15-13:45: Foundation updates
EUscreen and academia
Europeana Subtitled
Watching Videos Like a Historian
13:45-14:00: Break
14:00-15:00: Workshop: EUscreen deep dive
15:00-15:10: Break
15:10 – 16:10: Workshop: Inclusive action by Lauren Vargas (Your Digital Tattoo)
16:10 – 17:30: Partner updates
VIEW Journal
Subtitling minority languages by TV3
Outreach projects update by Northern Ireland Screen
B-AIR by RTV Slovenija
Media translations of the ICH of THRACE in CHROMATA by the Music Library of Greece Of The Friends Of Music Society
Code of fair practice for the use of AV works in education by Learning on Screen
Non-partner update: Historical Archive’s Multimedia Portal
17:30: Closing by Johan Oomen (EUscreen)
19:00: Group dinner



Dec 08 - 09 2022


12:00 pm - 7:00 pm


Prague, Czech Republic
Prague, Czech Republic