Guillaume Boure

Guillaume Boure

Postproduction & media translation for documentaries & oral history projects

Location:
Los Angeles / Paris
Career stage:
Early

Freelance

Availability:
Available

Industries

  • Film
  • Television
  • Animation


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About

Master's Graduate in Audiovisual Heritage Management (Film, TV, Radio, Web and New Media) at the well-established French National Audiovisual Institute (INAsup) in Paris.

Trained in Archiving and Preservation of the Moving Image and Sound, Audiovisual Project Planning and Curation, Digital Media Asset Management, Footage and Stills Research, Copyright Clearance, Licensing and Research + Metadata Stewardship.

E-learning

See which ScreenSkills e-learning Guillaume Boure has completed to improve their skills and knowledge.

Coronavirus basic awareness on production training

Not completed

Tackling harassment and bullying at work

Not completed

Addressing unconscious bias: basic awareness in the workplace

Not completed

Experience

  1. International Sub-Committee Member

    AMIA Continuing Education Advisory (CEA) Task Force · Apr 2021 - Present

  2. Co-Founder & Co-Chair

    AMIA Student Chapter at INAsup (Paris) · Aug 2020 - Present

  3. Visual Media Postproduction, Reasearch and Translation Services

    Freelance · Mar 2019 - Present

  4. International Outreach Volunteer

    Sherman Grinberg Film Library – Paramount & American Pathé Newsreel Collections (Los Angeles) · Feb 2021 - May 2021

  5. Film and New Media Program Assistant

    FIAF (New York) · Jul 2018 - Mar 2019

  6. Collections Assitant in charge of Analogue Restoration

    LUX – Artist's Moving Image (London) · May 2016 - Feb 2017

  7. Research Consultant

    London School of Economics and Political Sciences (LSE) · Dec 2015 - Mar 2017

  8. Grip Assitant and Set Design

    Satellite Films (London) · Apr 2016 - May 2016

  9. All-Round Volunteer

    Deptford Cinema (London) · Apr 2015 - Jun 2016

  10. Analogue and Videotape Restoration Intern

    La Camera Ottica (Gorizia, Italy) · Mar 2014 - Jul 2014

  11. Film and Special Collections Volunteer

    Les Documents Cinématographiques – Jean Painlevé Institute (Paris) · Oct 2013 - Jan 2014

Education

  1. FRAME Access 2021 Training Programme – The Future of Audiovisual Memory in Europe and Beyond Innovative Uses of Digital Content, Metadata and Rights Management

    International Federation of Broadcast Archives (FIAT/IFTA) and the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) · May 2021 - Jun 2021

    Since 2010, INA organizes the annual training programme FRAME in partnership with FIAT/IFTA (International Federation of Television Archives) and EBU Academy (European Broadcasting Union). FRAME is a co-funded by the Creative Europe – MEDIA programme of the European Union. FRAME is dedicated to the international community of professionals working in the field of audiovisual archives. The training sessions are designed for professionals involved in the management and use of archives whatever their level of knowledge and competencies, whether for media organizations, broadcasters, cinematheques, patrimonial institutions, production companies, etc. FRAME Access training sessions, deal with rights management, documentation, cataloguing and promotion of archive contents toward various audiences. The courses and workshops are delivered in English by recognized European and international audiovisual archives and digital media experts. Each year, the training programme is updated to match with current technical and technological evolutions in the sector and to correspond to professionals’ expectations and needs. To do so, it is defined by a pedagogical committee, with members of INA, FRAME’s partners FIAT/IFTA and EBU Academy, and associated partners, meemoo (Belgium) and the Nederlands Instituut voor Beeld en Geluid (Netherlands). Since 2017, one the two one-week session is organized in a European partner institution premises. FRAME objectives are to: - Develop and strengthen the community of European and international professionals working in the audiovisual archive fields - Update and develop the professionals’ competencies and knowledge all along their career - Present and promote inspiring projects, examples and best practices - Give an overview of latest practices and evolutions of the sector - Build a common language and shared professional practices https://www.ina-expert.com/higher-education

  2. Master's Degree Audiovisual Heritage Management

    French National Audiovisual Instiute (INAsup – Paris) – Student Representative · Oct 2018 - Dec 2020

    INAsup, the school of the National Audiovisual Institute, is part of the French Ministry of Culture network of Higher Education institutions. It was created in 2007 to train students in the fields of Film, TV and Digital Media Production, and Moving Image Collections Management. INAsup is part of the Higher Education and Continuous Training Department of INA. Being part of INA enables the school to share a professional and cultural network, which facilitates the insertion of graduates in the industry. INAsup is a full member of CILECT, the International Association of Film and Television Schools. INA's Audiovisual Heritage Management Master is certified by the French Ministry of Culture as well as by the French Ministry of Higher Education. Drawing on INA’s core activity and know-how, this master aims at providing a new academic program, combining culture and technique. Audiovisual archives managers are facing new challenges at present, such as carrying out digital migration from analogical formats, set out and manage new offers for audiovisual documents, both commercial and cultural, run vast amounts of data and metadata. INAsup Audiovisual Heritage Management course intends to give an answer to these main challenges. Graduates acquire a set of hybrid skills that span organizational and management skills, technological literacy and intellectual propriety management and protection, therefore contributing to shape a new generation of audiovisual archivists. 15 students are selected each year. Applicants must have at least a Bachelor’s degree level or diploma and be no more than 27 years old in the year they register. They are selected through an online application followed by an interview. INAsup provides a two-year course organized in three semesters of coursework and a semester working as an intern within a company. The program combines hands-on training and theoretical studies. The teaching involves professional actors together with university professors. The programme is based on: ‐ A multidisciplinary education foundation intended to provide an audiovisual, digital and managerial culture (law, economics, audiovisual techniques, history and management) ; ‐ Fundamental and professional education linked to conservation, preservation, valorization, and assessment of sounds and images collections. The teaching is completed by conferences, master classes, visits, study trips and presence during professional events such as film festivals. INA Audiovisual Heritage Management Master graduates are employed in - moving image and sound curatorship; - audiovisual collections and media assets management; - on-line and off–line publishing; - organization of events involving footage or heritage collections; - audiovisual material archiving (preservation, indexation, valorization, expert assessment, digitization…). INAsup educational project is combined with research activities in order to provide the education with an analytical and prospective dimension. This dimension is favoured by the proximity of the research activities taking place at INA in the field of human and social sciences through the activities of Inathèque (INA audiovisual collections research centre), being the focal point for thinking on the image, media and communications (conferences, seminars and publications). The school calls on experienced teachers-researchers for the teaching units who associate the assimilation of a professional practice and scientific research methods (media studies, media and digital economics). Experimentation is intrinsic to certain educational contents such as workshops aiming to develop new forms of writing and formats for digital media as well as teaching devoted to the exploration of new modes of production and the digital distribution of audiovisual content. https://www.ina-expert.com/higher-education

  3. International Postgraduate Degree I/MA/CS – Film, TV & Screen Media – Minors in Art, Audience and Heritage

    Birkbeck College (University of London) in partnership with La Sorbonne (Paris) and Università degli Studi di Udine (Italy) · Oct 2014 - Jun 2016

    The International Postgraduate Degree in Cinema Studies (IMACS) is a research-oriented, four-semester postgraduate course with an interdisciplinary emphasis, organized by a network of fourteen universities in France, Italy, Germany, England, Spain, Belgium, Canada, Brazil and the Netherlands. Beyond language and cultural boundaries, the IMACS programme opens up new perspectives in cultural media research, in which the exploration of the core medium of film becomes the key to understanding our increasingly digitised media culture. The universities in the network are among the leading institutions in film studies and offer students the opportunity to acquire insights into the significant research approaches of the discipline. The International Postgraduate degree qualifies its graduates for challenging conceptual tasks in the field of cultural and media production. In the course of their research work, the graduates learn to scientifically analyse the aesthetic, historical, social and economic dimensions of contemporary media culture. The programme, which is attended at the home university and two partner universities of choice, also requires and promotes both linguistic and intercultural skills in order to successfully orient oneself in various scholarly systems. The IMACS programme is open to five to eight students per university each year, selected on the basis of a research project and their language skills. The selected students are expected to attend their classes in three different universities belonging to the network, their home university and two other institutions abroad. The languages of instruction include English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Catalan and Portuguese. Please consult the pages of the institutions in the network for more information on required language skills.

  4. Special Jury Prize co-winner – "BildDenkRaum: DenkAtlas Project"

    Summaery festival, Bauhaus University (Weimar, Germany) · Jun 2015 - Jul 2015

Guillaume Boure

Guillaume Boure

Postproduction & media translation for documentaries & oral history projects

Location:
Los Angeles / Paris
Career stage:
Early

Freelance

Availability:
Available

Industries

  • Film
  • Television
  • Animation


Download CV