How does MoMA preserve films? | Ep. 2 | FILM VAULT SUMMER CAMP



What considerations go in to preserving and restoring films in MoMA’s collection? Ashley Swinnerton, Film Collection Specialist, and Katie Trainor, Film Collection Manager, explore the history of film preservation, the varying degrees of restoration, and look at three films from the collection in this week’s episode of Film Vault Summer Camp.

Watch this week’s films:

Excerpt from “Lime Kiln Club Field Day” (1914/2014)

Katharine Hepburn as Joan Of Arc in Technicolor Screen Test (1934)

“Kiss” by Andy Warhol (1963–64) – Limited streaming through August 20, 2020
https://youtu.be/LDwWP06sXZA

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