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Film Archivists’ New Supporting Role: Silent Film Preservation

  15.06.02 5:31pm

Last week, Universal announced its continued commitment to the restoration and preservation of its rich film history. Over the next four years, the studio will identify and restore 15 silent film titles from the early 20th century. To do so, the studio is calling on organizations like the Film Foundation, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Hollywood Heritage, and the Association of Moving Image Archivists (AMIA), as well as the Library of Congress.

Read more: http://associationsnow.com/2015/06/film-archivists-new-supporting-role-silent-film-preservation/