2013 Program

Posted on Jul 31, 2013 | Comments Off on 2013 Program

Don’t Miss It!   

The Reel Thing: Los Angeles opens Wednesday evening, August 21st with a reception followed by a screening of the new 4k restoration of Bob Fosse’s ALL THAT JAZZ

An updated list of The Reel Thing XXXI preliminary topics and presentations also include …

  •  Preserving Disney’s Animated Short Films (includes screenings)
  •  Fully-Automated Film Preservation and Restoration for Black and White Films
  •  “All That Jazz” – A Restoration in Three Acts
  •  Roots and Stems:  Superior Practice in Re-mastering Stereophonic Cinema
  •  4K, Image Quality and the Cinematographer(with John Bailey, ASC & Curtis Clark, ASC)
  •  The Wet and the Dry – The Case for Immersion Scanning
  •  What Dilemma?  A Realistic Approach to Digital Archiving
  •  When Camp Turned Technicolor: Scopitone in Hollywood (includes screenings)
  •  Restoring Bruce Conner’s “Crosssroads” – The Exploding Digital Inevitable
  •  The Timeline of Historical Film Colors & Report on the Swiss DIASTOR Project
  •  DOTS Archival Media, and a Solution for the Digital Dilemma
  •  Restoring the 1957 Academy Award-winning documentary “Albert Schweitzer”
  •  A New Threat to Our Film Heritage:  Economic Elimination
  •  Miniman, the Early Television Foundation and Color Receiver Prototype #3 (Part 2)
  •  The Impact of the Immediate Post-World War 2 Television Receivers (on Display)
  •  Self-Service Preservation
  •  Premiere of the new 4K restoration of Bob Fosse’s ALL THAT JAZZ
  •  Premiere of the new 4K restoration of Louis Malle’s ALAMO BAY (the first film to be restored utilizing the ACES workflow and introduced by thee film’s cinematographer Curtis Clark, ASC)
  •  Plus some surprise screenings

Register today!

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