Roger L. Mayer, longtime exec at MGM and Turner Entertainment and a strong advocate of film preservation, died Tuesday in Los Angeles. He was 89. He started in the film industry in 1952 as a lawyer…
National Film Preservation Foundation
The National Film Preservation Foundation has found a rich source of silent pics through a pact with the EYE Filmmuseum in Amsterdam. The partnership between the San Francisco-based foundation and…
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…
The earliest surviving film worked on by Alfred Hitchcock is among the latest finds by researchers combing the New Zealand Film Archive.
The National Film Preservation Foundation has awarded grants to 36 institutions to help preserve 64 films.
The IotaCenter in Los Angeles on Wednesday was awarded a $5,000 grant by the National Film Preservation Foundation to save two pics by abstract masters James and John Whitney, including the latter's…
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