The historical sweep and technical wizardry of the UCLA Film & Television Archive's preservation projects – from early silent films and Golden Age classics, to fascinating rarities and contemporary gems – are showcased in the biennial UCLA Festivals of Preservation. Audiences celebrate an entire century’s worth of moving images with feature films, television and newsreel programs, and shorts. The event is not only an established part of the Los Angeles cultural landscape, but also a preeminent film event worldwide.
All films from UCLA Film and Television Archive. Special thanks to Shannon Kelley and Todd Wiener (UCLA Film and Television Archive); John Couch, (Ralph and Barbara Edwards Family Foundation); and to all the generous funders who made the preservation possible. Julie Kohner’s appearance is made possible by the generosity of the Ralph and Barbara Edwards Family Foundation. Program notes by Jeffrey Bickel, Dan Einstein, Steven K. Hill, Jan-Christopher Horak, Shannon Kelley, Ross Lipman, Mark Quigley, Pauline Stakelon, and Todd Wiener (UCLA Film and Television Archive).
Download the UCLA Festival of Preservation program guide here.