The MediaPreserve plays role in new documentary “Making Montgomery Clift”
The MediaPreserve scanned several films featured in this documentary.
Classic film star and queer icon Montgomery Clift’s legacy has long been a story of tragedy and self-destruction. But when his nephew dives into the family archives, a much more complicated picture emerges.
Congratulations to Doug Sheer on his retirement from Artists Talk on Art.
MediaPreserve staff present research at AMIA
The MediaPreserve partners with the Pryor Center to preserve Arkansas state history
We’re in the basement of the former bank building on the Fayetteville square that now serves as the home of the David and Barbara Pryor Center for Arkansas Oral and Visual History. There are boxes scattered about–lots of them. Those boxes are being filled with film canisters that will be shipped to a Pennsylvania company known as The Media Preserve, which has been in the audiovisual preservation business since 2007. The company has digitized materials for hundreds of institutions. Now it’s going to digitize more than 550,000 feet of film that was stored at KATV’s building in downtown Little Rock.
Won’t you be my Neighbor
The MediaPreserve was involved in digitizing the legacy film, audio, and video footage included in this documentary.
The MediaPreserve digitized all historic film footage used to make this documentary.