Canada, Spain | 2021 | Inés Toharia
Why preserve films when audiovisual materials are so readily available online? That’s the key question posed in this new documentary that features interviews with film archivists, curators, technicians, and filmmakers (Costa-Gavras, Jonas Mekas, Ken Loach, Bill Morrison, Wim Wenders, et al.) from around the globe. Together, they explain what film preservation is and why saving celluloid remains important, even in a digital world. “Inspired and inspiring.” –Hollywood Reporter. Cleveland premiere. Subtitles. DCP. 119 min.
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