Guillaume Boure

Guillaume Boure

Audiovisual Heritage Management at INA (French National Audiovisual Institute)

  • Location: Paris/LA
  • Career stage: Early

Graduating from the Audiovisual Heritage Management Master (Film, TV, Radio and New Media) at the well-established Institut National de l'Audiovisuel (Ina SUP) in Paris.

Currently training in Preservation of the Moving Image and Sound, Audiovisual Project Planning and Curation, Digital Media Asset Managament, Footage and Stills Research, Copyright Clearance, Licensing & Research and Metadata Stewardship.

Work History

Freelance Visual Media Translator and Subtitler - Freelance

Mar 2019 - Present

Assistant Film Programmer - FI:AF

Jul 2018 - Mar 2019

Collections Assistant and Film Print Grader - LUX

May 2016 - Dec 2016

Volunteer - Deptford Cinema

Apr 2015 - Jun 2016

Grip Assistant and Set Designer - Satellite Films

Apr 2016 - May 2016

Film and VIdeotape Restoration Intern - La Camera Ottica

Mar 2014 - Jul 2014


Audiovisual Heritage Management - Professional Master + Student Rep. - Institut National de l’Audiovisuel, Ina SUP, Paris

Oct 2018 - Feb 2020

Contemporary Film, TV & Screen Media (Specialisation in: Art, Audience, Heritage) - International Postgraduate Degree - Birkbeck, University of London / Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris III, UNiversità degli Studi di Udine

Oct 2014 - Jun 2016

Media Culture - Special Jury Prize co-winner for BildDenkRaum: 'DenkAtlas' - Summaery festival, Bauhaus University (Weimar, Germany)

Jun 2015 - Jul 2015


  • Audiovisual Material Storage and Logistics
  • Digital Media Asset Management
  • Film and Videotape Identification, Handling and Inspection
  • Film Festival Curation
  • Footage and Stills Research and Licensing
  • Interview Planning
  • Mechanical Restoration of Analogue Film and Video
  • Moving Image Preservation
  • Oral history interviews
  • Speech-to-text services
  • Steenbeck and Splicing
  • Subtitling and Soft-titling
  • Text and Visual Media Translation
  • Vinegar and Sticky-shed Syndromes Best Practices