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Preservation and Oral History May 2002

In this issue, we look at new ways to preserve the past and present, but also look to the future for new technologies in the filmmaking process.

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Features

  • Take your Project from Dream to Stream: Delivering Content via QuickTime

    Apple Computers, along with a host of other tech...
  • The Rescue and Recovery Mission of Film Preservation

    Robert Rosen said it all: “Moving images are...
  • Documenting the Documentarians: Marina Goldovskaya's Oral History Project

    Marina Goldovskaya, who heads the documentary...
  • Doc Buyers Learn Less is More at NATPE

    The outlook for program sales at the 39th annual...
  • RealScreen Considers Programming Post-9/11

    The parties and the hallway conversations were as...
  • IDA Survived, Thrived in the Early '90s

    I first encountered IDA Founder Linda Buzzell's “...