At the Fair with Bob Hope; on the Hustings with Robert W. Scott
posted September 21, 2014
Thanks to a grant from the National Film Preservation Foundation, State Archives of North Carolina will ensure the longevity of films of two far-away phenomena, drawn from a collection that Century Film Productions, a Raleigh-based company, donated to the Archives in 1986.
For-Real Bogus Boxing Saved from the Trash
posted September 17, 2014
Film-Makers' Cooperative, of New York, will use a National Film Preservation Foundation grant to care for esteemed rock critic Richard Meltzer's idiosyncratic 1969 film about "Bogus Boxing Trash."
From Coitus Interruptus to Guaranteed-to-Last
posted September 11, 2014
Curt McDowell's "Sparkle's Tavern," a landmark of art porn, will tinkle on, thanks to a grant to the University of California-Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive from the National Film Preservation Foundation
Robert Green’s Mardi Gras Balls of the 1950s
posted September 8, 2014
Two rare films of African American Carnival Balls in mid-1950s New Orleans will survive with the aid of a federal grant