Centro Audiovisual Max Stahl Timor-Leste (CAMSTL)

Sport Dili e Benfica building, Avenida Cidade de Lisboa (opposite Resistance Archive & Museum).

Max Stahl, Director
Email: [To be advised]

Background information
CAMSTL does not yet have its own dedicated website. See links below for other online descriptions of the work and holdings of the Centre.

Facebook Page.

Brief description in 2009 CHART summary of archives in Timor-Leste.

CHART item on Timor video materials at INA (France’s National Audiovisual Institute) – including some CAMSTL material

Tekee Media (website) description of CAMSTL.

Lists / Holdings
These lists were created by CHART with the permission of Max Stahl. They are derived from CAMSTL databases supplied in July 2011. These lists will be updated from time to time as new data comes from CAMSTL. All enquiries about the data should be directed to CAMSTL.

For convenience, the lists are divided by year of video creation. Click on year to see relevant list.

1991 1993-98 1999 2000 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 (part year)

CAMSTL staff have committed extensive resources to creating detailed time line logs of footage content as well as transcribing any spoken word in the recordings. Some samples are listed below. CHART will add to this collection of transcripts over time.
1991. Interview with David Alex, FALINTIL
1991. Santa Cruz Massacre
1999. Refugees in Atapupu, Alor and Atauro
2002. Interview with Padre Domingos Soares
2006. Scenes from the developing political crisis
2008. Xanana Gusmao declares ‘State of Seige’ (after Horta shooting).

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