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    Keep Home Video Alive: Scarecrow Project Tries to Save Thousands of Home Videos with Kickstarter Campaign

    With thousands of home video titles in its library, Scarecrow Video is hoping to have its archive preserved and is looking for funding on Kickstarter.

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    Nicolas Winding Refn and Paul Thomas Anderson Back Campaign to Restore Genre Film Prints

    Despite the prominence of digital cameras, film will always have its devoted fans trying arduously to preserve it. Among the more well-known of those fans are acclaimed filmmakers Nicolas Winding Refn and Paul Thomas Anderson, who sit on the advisory board of the American Genre Film Archive as the o...

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    New Year, New Discoveries

    For a dyed-in-the-wool film buff, getting a chance to see movies that haven’t been in circulation for decades is always enticing. Beginning tonight, UCLA Film & Television Archive is presenting a series called Columbia in the 1930s: Recent Restorations.

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    Exclusive: Milestone Films and The Film Foundation Launch North American Tour of 'Martin Scorsese Presents: Masterpieces of Polish Cinema'

    Milestone Films and The Film Foundation Launch North American Tour of 'Martin Scorsese Presents: Masterpieces of Polish Cinema.'

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    NFPB Study Reveals Staggering Loss of Early Silent Films

    Having just released “The Survival of American Silent Feature Films: 1912-1929," a comprehensive survey of the silent era of motion pictures that began a century ago, the Library of Congress reveals that a startling amount of early silent films have become quite literally a thing of the past.

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    Why We Need A Digital Database to Archive and Ultimately Preserve Films

    Film producer and festival programmer Ted Hope recently wrote on his blog Hope for Film about the need for the industry to create a digital database to archive films. He share his ideas and asks for feedback.

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    A World-Class Archive On Your Home Screen

    Major archives sharing their latest finds on DVD: that’s a 21st century concept, and the latest example is "Lost & Found: American Treasures from the New Zealand Film Archive," just released by the National Film Preservation Foundation

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    UCLA’S FESTIVAL OF PRESERVATION

    Once again, the UCLA Film and Television Archive is presenting some of its latest preservation efforts on the big screen at the Hammer Museum in Westwood. The series ranges from mainstream Hollywood features to live television broadcasts, documentaries, newsreels, and early short subjects that only ...

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    SEEING DOUBLE: RARE FILMS IN ALTERNATE VERSIONS

    UCLA Film and Television Archive is giving film buffs in Los Angeles an unprecedented opportunity to view six pictures from the transitional period from silence to sound in dual versions, back to back.

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