FILM TRANSFORMATIONS FROM ANALOG TO DIGITAL: A CASE STUDY OF FILM RESTORATION IN INDONESIA

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Rizki Briandana
Nindyta Aisyah Dwityas
Bambang Joko Priyono
Salsabilla Audinna

Keywords

Film Transformations, Restoration, Analog, Digital, Innovation

Abstract

Purpose of the study: The purpose of this research is to analyze how the innovations are done in the film restoration process because each celluloid film has a different character.


Methodology: Methodology in this research is a case study by using data collecting technique of interview and observation.


Main Findings: The research results obtained that the film restoration process is able to meet the standardization of broadcast-quality on television.


Applications of this study: Primary data in the research comes from an interview with six informants. Each of the informants is a practitioner who is engaged in film restoration, from the production manager, head of the restoration, head of the film laboratory, film scanning, and film editor.


Novelty/Originality of this study: The digitalization is an innovation that has to be developed to save films and documentaries with high historical values so that each generation can learn and know the history of events that had occurred in the past.

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