The first movie theater in Egypt opened in 1897, the same year the Lumiere brothers sent a cameraman to shoot the earliest moving images of the land of the pharaohs.
The House copyright subcommittee on July 27 passed a bill that extends the life of t he National Film Preservation Board for 10 years and also creates a new National Film Foundation to raise money…
Film preservation is in a state of crisis and will require an ongoing, expensive effort to correct the problem, the Library of Congress has concluded after a yearlong study of the issue.
The first of two hearings of the National Film Preservation Board of the Library of Congress took place Friday in Los Angeles to take testimony on the state of American film preservation and…
The Library of Congress will hold hearings Feb. 12 in Los Angeles and Feb. 26 in D.C. to discuss the state of film preservation in the U.S.
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