Janneke van Dalen is co-head of the film collection at the Austrian Film Museum in Vienna, managing the ongoing preservation and restoration projects. She holds a Master degree in Preservation and Presentation of the Moving Image from the University of Amsterdam and a Bachelor degree in Cultural Studies from the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam. Prior to working at the Austrian Film Museum, Janneke interned at the Visual History Archive in South Africa, worked as an audio-visual archivist at the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, as a film projectionist and technician for film festivals, cinemas, and exhibitions, and was actively involved in running Filmhuis Cavia, a volunteer-run independent cinema in Amsterdam. In 2016 Janneke was further trained in film preservation at the Jeffrey L. Selznick School in Rochester, USA, followed by a fellowship at Haghefilm Digitaal. Janneke is one of the initiators and coordinators of the research project Share That Knowledge: Finding Strategies for Passing on Knowledge Across Generations of Archivists.