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  • Directed by Various
  • International, 2015, 120 mins.

The Association of Moving Image Archivists, an international association dedicated to the preservation and use of moving image media, is meeting in Portland this year! Archival Screening Night, the first of the AMIA public programs, is a showcase for AMIA members’ recent acquisitions, discoveries, and preservation efforts. The program represents the magnificent spectrum of media formats, works, and collections protected and preserved by the AMIA community. Featuring unearthed treasures and films you’ve likely never seen before, Archival Screening Night is pure cinematic pleasure from start-to-finish. The full lineup will be introduced closer to the conference on our website and in the AMIA conference program.

Genres: Short

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