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Spend an Unforgettable Evening with FX Legend Tom Savini Courtesy of The Academy at Metrograph - Dread Central

... rarely seen clips from past Oscar® ceremonies, and home movies from Hollywood legends. This monthly series highlights unique archival elements, including recent restorations and film prints from the Academy Film Archive by celebrating classic ...

Video: First trailer for Peter Jackson's They Shall Not Grow Old - Newshub

Sir Peter Jackson has released the trailer for his newest film, They Shall Not Grow Old. The documentary, which will be Sir Peter's first film in four years, features colourised and restored World War I footage, drawing on the director's exclusive ...

Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences to Archive Pioneering Black Female Filmmaker's Body of Work - PR Web (press release)

In 2018, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences Academy Film Archive, which houses the most diverse and extensive motion picture collections in the world, will acquire the films of pioneering African American filmmaker Ayoka Chenzira. Chenzira's ...

THE EXORCIST 45th Anniversary, THE WAR ROOM 25th Anniversary And A CHRISTMAS STORY Part Of The ... - We Are Movie Geeks

Restored by the Academy Film Archive and The Film Foundation in collaboration with Cinémathèque Royale de Belgique, the Museum of Modern Art and the Cinémathèque Française. Restoration funding provided by the George Lucas Family Foundation.

The Best Things to Do This Week in LA - LA Magazine

The Academy Film Archive hosts this special screening of Edgar G. Ulmer's 1945 thriller Detour. The story follows a New York piano player who hitchhikes to L.A. to follow his singer girlfriend, stealing a dead man's identity and getting tangled up with ...

Academy Presents Women in Indie Animation at Metrograph Sept. 21 - Animation Magazine

The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences will present on Friday, September 21 “Women in Indie Animation” — part of its continued monthly residency at cinephile-devoted theater Metrograph in Manhattan. The 7 p.m. screening will showcase 90 ...

The Academy To Present 'Women in Indie Animation' September 21 - Animation World Network

Here's a treat for New York fans of independent animation -- The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will continue its monthly residency at Metrograph in New York City on Friday, September 21, with “Women in Indie Animation,” focusing on ...

Film academy shines the spotlight on 'Treasures' from the past - Los Angeles Times

“I feel that we are reestablishing on multiple fronts a stronger and stronger ongoing communication with the Library of Congress, the Packard Center, our own film archive and the [academy's] Margaret Herrick Library,” said Bailey, who has had a long ...

Celebrating Film Over 12 Days: The 62nd BFI London Film Festival In Partnership With American Express® Gala ... - The Fan Carpet

The 225 feature programmes screening at the Festival include: 46 documentaries, 4 animations, 18 archive restorations and 7 artists' moving image features. .... The American Express Gala sees the return of Academy Award®-nominee Yorgos Lanthimos (The ...

Satyajit Ray: Intimate Universes - India Currents

... the modern era's essential art forms. Entitled Satyajit Ray: Intimate Universes, starts October 4, and presents 15 of the master filmmaker's best-loved films, beautifully restored by the Academy Film Archive, alongside work that inspired or was ...

The Moviegoer, Aug. 26-Sept. 1 - Los Angeles Times

Hollywood Home Movies: Treasures from the Academy Film Archive A program of rarely seen home movie segments from some of the 20th century's biggest stars such as Jimmy Stewart, Betty Grable, Errol Flynn and Olivia de Havilland. Old Town Music Hall, ...

56th NYFF Retrospective & Revivals Sections Include Films from Fassbinder, Oshima, Mambéty & More - The Film Stage (blog)

Restored by the Academy Film Archive and The Film Foundation, in collaboration with the Cinémathèque Royale de Belgique, The Museum of Modern Art, and the Cinémathèque Française, with funding from the George Lucas Family Foundation. Enamorada

Heaven Can Wait (1943) (Blu-ray) - DVD Talk

Sourced from a new 4K restoration spearheaded by 20th Century Fox and the Academy Film Archive, Heaven Can Wait looks about as good as its nitrate negative will allow and the audio gets a courtesy bump to boot. Although the bonus features haven't ...

Digital film archive to come up by September - The New Indian Express

The international film study and research centre and digital film archive are coming up at the KINFRA Film and Video Park at Kazhakootam. By January next year, the offices of the Chalachitra Academy also will be shifted to the new facility, top ...

Watch Gus Van Sant's Rarely Seen, Harris Savides-Shot 'Four Boys in a Volvo' - The Film Stage (blog)

(We weren't too keen on the film when seeing it at Sundance, but Lord knows it's considered a step above some others.) Case in point: Le CiNeMa Club have the Academy Film Archive's restoration of Four Boys in a Volvo, his 1996 piece “made from material ...

A Trip To The Archive Confirms It: The New Film Academy Is Very Large - Deadline

As Olive Oyl sang of Bluto in Robert Altman's Popeye, the new Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has one incontestable quality: It's large. Exactly how large won't be clear for a while. But the Academy's decision last month to invite 928 new ...

The Academy Announces Major Collections Gift From George Stevens, Jr. - SHOOT Online (press release)

“The Margaret Herrick Library and the Academy Film Archive stand at the forefront of expertly curated and accessible motion picture history,” said Stevens, Jr. “As an Academy member since 1959 and the son of a past Academy president, I am thankful that ...

AFI Founder George Stevens Jr. Donates Archive to AMPAS - SCVNEWS.com

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is pleased to announce a donation to the Margaret Herrick Library and the Academy Film Archive from George Stevens Jr., the award-winning filmmaker and founder of the American Film Institute.

Academy: George Stevens Jr. Donates Major Collection - Hollywood Reporter

The son of director George Stevens, he is giving his papers and films to the Academy's Margaret Herrick Library and its Film Archive. George Stevens Jr., the founding director of the American Film Institute and creator of the Kennedy Center Honors, has ...

Criterion Announces August 2018 Titles - Film Pulse

Shifting its perspective between the pursuers and the pursued, The Ballad of Gregorio Cortez is a thrilling chase film and a nuanced procedural that peels away the layers of prejudice and myth surrounding Cortez, uncovering the true story of an ...

The Academy Film Archive is part of the Academy Foundation, established in 1944 with the purpose of organizing and overseeing the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ educational and cultural activities, including the preservation of motion picture history. Although the current incarnation of the Academy Film Archive began in 1991, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences acquired its first film in 1929. Located in Hollywood, California at the Pickford Center for Motion Picture Study, the Archive has a diverse range of moving image material. The Archive's collection comprises 85,000 titles and 190,000 separate items, including early American cinema, a vast collection of documentary films, filmed and taped interviews, amateur and private home movies of Hollywood legends, makeup and sound test reels, and a wide selection of experimental film, as well as Academy Award-winning films, Academy Award-nominated films, and a complete collection of every Academy Awards show since 1949. Since acquiring the Packard Humanities Institute Collection, the Archive has the world's largest known trailer collection. The Archive is also concerned with the preservation and restoration of films, as well as new technologies and methods of preservation, restoring over 800 titles [1] of historical and artistic importance.

The Academy Film Archive is part of the Academy Foundation, established in 1944 with the purpose of organizing and overseeing the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ educational and cultural activities, including the preservation of motion picture history. Although the current incarnation of the Academy Film Archive began in 1991, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences acquired its first film in 1929. Located in Hollywood, California at the Pickford Center for Motion Picture Study, the Archive has a diverse range of moving image material. The Archive's collection comprises 85,000 titles and 190,000 separate items, including early American cinema, a vast collection of documentary films, filmed and taped interviews, amateur and private home movies of Hollywood legends, makeup and sound test reels, and a wide selection of experimental film, as well as Academy Award-winning films, Academy Award-nominated films, and a complete collection of every Academy Awards show since 1949. Since acquiring the Packard Humanities Institute Collection, the Archive has the world's largest known trailer collection. The Archive is also concerned with the preservation and restoration of films, as well as new technologies and methods of preservation, restoring over 800 titles [1] of historical and artistic importance.