LOST EMULSION
Look into her eyes!    They are lost!  1917's CLEOPATRA, with Theda Bara, is
a lost film.   Below are images from three lost films (from left-
LONDON AFTER MIDNIGHT, a 1936 Italian PINOCCHIO, and CONVENTION CITY.
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LOST EMULSION is a feature length
documentary film examining why the
majority of our film heritage is missing,
and how it is getting worse.

LOST EMULSION INCLUDES:
- Interviews with major players in the
race to save film such as Tom Meyers,
Hugh Munro Neely, Ben Model, Steve
Massa, George Willeman.
- Facts that "Digital Restoration" can
fade as well.   Your WIZARD OF OZ
Blu-Ray won't be here forever.
-
Asking if the classic films we love
today have a future?

For more information, please e-mail
me at
Gandreiev@aol.com
One of the lucky ones.   Alfred
Hitchcock's first suspense
thriller, THE LODGER (1926) was
a strain to watch in fuzzy public
domain copies (above) but the
film has been restored, with
new clarity and detail (below)
Another lucky one.    (Above) A
capture from the American
public domain print of 1956's
WARNING FROM SPACE.  Most
of the film turned a dull pink
tint (Often with Eastman
prints)  (Below) Restored
Japanese DVD version  with
richer color and detail.