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Travel the Early-20th-Century World in Over 700 Films

The Digital Penn Museum is a new portal to thousands of objects, videos, lectures, and other archives of the institution for archaeology and anthropology.

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Membership Directory: Winter

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Trump’s Win Revives Lost 1924 Film That Predicted Rise of Nazi Germany

“The City Without Jews,” an Austrian silent movie lost for 90 years, gets major post-election donations boost

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Rogue One Director Reveals he Used Unseen Footage From Original Star Wars

"We went to Skywalker ranch, and there's the archives there,"...

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The current AMIA Supplier Directory

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Master Recordings — From Abbey Road to Born to Run — Could Be Lost Forever, Without Archivists' Help

Capitol's archives are well-cataloged and well-preserved, but in other cases, analog tapes can be surprisingly hard to track down — or so poorly stored that, even once found, they're impossible to restore.

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Paul Newman’s Lost Masterpiece

— And How We Rediscovered It

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The Fall Newsletter is Available!

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Cold War bunker built to protect president now holds explosion-prone, historic films

As the Library of Congress’s film headquarters, the former bunker contains 124 vaults containing movies made on nitrate film.


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This Movie Was Nearly Lost. Now They’re Fighting to Save It

When it debuted in 1982, “Cane River” was already a rarity: a drama by an independent black filmmaker, financed by wealthy black patrons and dealing with race issues untouched by mainstream cinema. Richard Pryor had even tried to take it to Hollywood.

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