The Kodak Fellowship in Film Preservation

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The Kodak Fellowship in Film Preservation is designed to provide students with financial assistance for their formal education, practical experience through an intensive internship, and an introduction to the film archive community through participation in the AMIA conference.

The Kodak Fellowship in Film Preservation will be awarded each year to a student of merit who intends to pursue a career in the field of moving image archiving.

The student selected as the Kodak Fellow will receive:

  • A $4,000 scholarship for the upcoming academic year.

    Funds will be sent to the student’s educational institution and credited toward tuition and/or registration fees.

  • Complementary registration to the AMIA Conference.

    Reimbursements and/or a per diem will also be provided to cover travel, hotel accommodations, and other reasonable costs.

  • A six-week summer internship at Kodak and other film restoration facilities in Los Angeles.

    Transportation and housing will be provided at no cost, and the student will be paid an hourly wage to offset other living expenses.

    In addition, Kodak will work with the Kodak Fellow during the year to assist his or her educational institution by making available research and curricular resources, including on-campus speakers, literature, and technical information.

    To be considered for the Kodak Fellowship, an applicant must submit all required documents and must meet the following eligibility requirements:

    1.The applicant must be enrolled FULL TIME in a graduate-level or other advanced program in moving image studies or production, library or information services, archival administration, museum studies or a related discipline; or must be accepted into such a program for the next academic year.

    2. The applicant must have a grade point average of at least 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) in his/her most recently completed academic program.

    3. The applicant must have strong organizational and interpersonal skills, and have a demonstrated interest in pursuing a career in the moving image archival field.

    4. The applicant must be at least 21 years of age on or before July 1, and must possess a valid drivers license.

    The Kodak Fellowship is structured as a year-long program of financial assistance, training and introduction to the field.

    Applicants must be willing and available to participate in all components of the program: the scholarship, conference and summer internship. Students from any country may apply.

    International students must have employment authorization documents and a social security card to participate in the summer internship.

    For additional information concerning the Kodak Fellowship, contact the AMIA office at 1313 North Vine Street, Hollywood, CA 90028; Phone: 323-463-1500; Fax: 323-463-1506; or Email:

    More information see; The Kodak Fellowship in Film Preservation

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