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Boure, Guillaume

Member since 2021

1313 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, CA 90028
Los Angeles CA 90028
United States
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Guillaume Boure is a time-based media preservation professional, independent footage researcher and translator for moving image and oral history projects. Since 2020, he is working with the Oral History Projects department at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. The year before moving to Los Angeles, he was doing research and translations in Paris on two ambitious non-fiction projects, Yves Jeuland’s extensive documentary: Charlie Chaplin, The Genius of Liberty – on the artist’s career, social activism and life controversies, while also helping out on the last season of Serge Viallet’s award-winning series, Mysteries in the Archives, in collaboration with the Sherman Grinberg Film Library. Guillaume has been an active AMIA member ever since he joined the organization in 2020. His active involvement led him to be appointed to tri-chair the Advocacy Committee of the AMIA Board with Valeria Dávilla Gronros and Casey Davis Kaufman. Guillaume is also an active member of the International Sub-Committee of the Continuing Education Advisory (CEA) Task Force and the Oral History Committee. He co-founded the AMIA Student Chapter at INAsup – the French National Audiovisual Institute, from which he recently graduated with a Master’s in Audiovisual Heritage Management.

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Mysteries in the Archives

ARTE and Institut National de l'Audiovisuel (INA), in collaboration with RSI-Radiotelevisione Svizzera and Yleisradio (YLE Teema) (2021) , Additional Footage Research and Clearance

Charlie Chaplin, the Genius of Liberty

Kuiv Productions, in association with Lobster Films and France Télévisions (2020) , Additional Research, Translation and Subtitles

Flying/Falling: Random Acts - Big Dance

Satellite Films (2016) , Grip Assistant

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