Anthology Film Archives, New York
Anthology Film Archives' mission is to preserve, exhibit, and promote the understanding of individual, avant-grade, and classic cinema. Since 1970, Anthology has shown six hundred or more films and video-works each year, with catalogs and/or contextual documentation. Though the focus is primarily American, the collections and exhibitions are international in scope.

British Film Institute, London    www.bfi.org.uk
Established in 1933, the British Film Institute National Film, Television, and Video Archive is custodian to the largest film archive in the world, runs the internationally-known National Film Theatre and London Film Festival, releases films theatrically, on video and DVD, publishes books and the quarterly Sight and Sound, and runs educational programs.

Cineric, Inc., New York  www.cineric.com
Servicing the industry over 25 years, Cineric is one of the world's leading restoration and preservation laboratories. Cineric’s innovative One-Pass System, Color Fade Restoration Process, the co-development of liquid gate printing, and the adaptation of computer technology for process control and image digitization and manipulation are among its noteworthy innovations.

Deutsches Filmmuseum, Frankfurt am Main    www.deutsches-filmmuseum.de
Established in 1984 as the first film museum in Germany, the Deutsches Filmmuseum preserves all aspects of film and cinematography presenting it to scholars and the public with festivals, retrospectives, exhibitions, publications, and events. The Museum houses a cinema, a permanent exhibition area, a touring exhibition section, collections, and libraries.

Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, New York    www.kodak.com/go/motion
For over a hundred years, Kodak has been providing tools for the creative community to tell their stories in motion, and is the world-class leader in providing film, digital, and hybrid motion imaging products, services, and technology for the television, feature film, commercial, music video, and documentary industries.

Film Preservation Associates, Hat Creek, California
Film Preservation Associates produces restored editions of vintage films for DVD and broadcast in the United States and abroad. FPA is successor to Blackhawk Films (established 1927) and other commercial film collections, and is closely affiliated with Lobster Films in Paris which engages in parallel activities with similar resources.

George Eastman House, Rochester, NY
The George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film preserves and exhibits one of the world's most comprehensive collections of motion pictures, photography, and the historical technology of those media. And, through its support of the Selznick School programs, it is also the national leader in archival moving image conservation training and education.

The Library of Congress, Washington D.C
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The mission of the Library of Congress Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division is to collect, preserve, catalog and provide public access to the entire spectrum of America's moving image and sound recording heritage. Since 1970, the Library has preserved over 20,000 feature films, television programs, and short subjects.

The Museum of Modern Art, New York    www.moma.org
The Department of Film and Media at The Museum of Modern Art holds the strongest international collection of film and media works in the United States, including all periods and genres of both contemporary and historical importance; and since 1939, over 700 major film exhibitions have been mounted.

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