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CHAPTER 4: EMEE FILMS FOR INFORMATION AND FURTHER TRAINING
CHAPTER 4: EMEE FILMS FOR INFORMATION AND FURTHER TRAINING
CHAPTER 5 CHAPTER 4 CHAPTER 3 CHAPTER 2 CHAPTER 1
The EMEE project produced a series of nine  lm clips in cooperation with Redaktionsbüro Ost, a  lm design company from Vienna/Austria. Seven clips with a running time of 3-4 minutes each represent the seven EuroVision Lab.s in Austria, Bulgaria, France, Germany, Italy, Portugal and Slovenia, one clip for each Lab. One longer  lm document compares, analyzes, and summarizes the various Lab. activities in order to illustrate the theoretical basic concept of the EMEE Change of Perspective as re- alized in the practical activities. An additional  lm presents the idea and the results of the EMEE Young Scenographers Contest on the occasion of its awarding ceremony within the context of the Designmonat Graz, an international design festival in the Austrian city of Graz.
The  lms do not settle for just providing visual impressions of the different project activities. Rather, in each of the  lms a number of rep- resentatives of the EMEE project team and cooperation partners from the EMEE network make short statements about the objectives of the respective EuroVision Lab. activity and the methodology used to achieve them. Moreover, participants of the EuroVision Lab.s and museum visi- tors give details about and re ect on their work and their experiences with the EMEE project. Similarly, leading experts from international mu- seum networks like ICOM and NEMO were interviewed, contributing their own perspective and thus enhancing the scope of the  lms. They all place the project and the respective activities on site in context with regard to current debates on the future of museums in Europe.
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