"When I first heard that this was being done, I wasn't excited, I was frightened," said George Feltenstein, senior VP of theatrical catalog marketing for Warner Bros. Digital Distribution, says of…
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Orson Welles’ long-lost 1938 film “Too Much Johnson” was recently discovered in an Italian warehouse and has now been restored, according to the George Eastman House and other preservation orgs. The…
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Among the boutique labs serving the preservationists are Cinetech in Hollywood, Calif.; NT Audio Video Film Labs in Los Angeles; and Alpha Cine in Seattle. Some of these labs are thriving, but their…
The National Film Preservation Foundation has awarded grants to 36 institutions to help preserve 64 films.
Education provider The Film Training Co. will hold a three-day series of cinematography seminars and demos at the George Eastman House and Young Lion Studios in Rochester, NY, on April 25-27.
In the boutique world of film preservation, less associated with the glamour of Hollywood than with cold vaults and tedious research, Kevin Brownlow is an immense star.
Silent screen siren and cinema scholar Louise Brooks has been dead for a quarter century, but some of her thoughts on movies are only now being revealed.
A 1927 John Ford feature thought to have been lost is among a cache of 75 early U.S. pics recently uncovered in New Zealand.
George Eastman House, the photography and film museum in Rochester, N.Y., has acquired the 2,600-element film collection of Merchant Ivory Prods., including more than 40 film titles and 1775 reels.
A treasure trove of Hollywood history has found a new home.