“UCLA Archive Flashes Gems to Mark 50 Years Of Film and TV Preservation”
From the LA Times:
Since its inception in 1965, the UCLA institution has become one of the world’s premiere archives for screen history, entertainment and education.
The archive, which is focused on the preservation, study and presentation of film and television, has more than 350,000 holdings. The organization’s Hearst Metrotone News Collection features more than 27 million feet of footage — that’s about 5,000 hours — documenting major events from 1915 to 1975.
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