Los Angeles, CA  |  August 18 - 20, 2016<>

The Reel Thing opens this Thursday, August 18th with a reception and screening of Marlon Brando's only directorial effort, One-Eyed Jacks.

Preliminary topics and case studies include:

  *   Restoration of The Front Page (1931)
  *   Using Матрёшка and FFV1 for DPX Preservation
  *   A History of TV's First Music Videos - The Snader Telescriptions
  *   Restoration and Preservation of the Films of Louis Delluc
  *   Pro Tools Sessions and Immersive Audio Archiving
  *   No Software Solution - Restoring Video: 40 Years of BAFTA Awards
  *   Making Vilmos Proud: Restoring McCabe & Mrs. Miller
  *   Automated Archival Image Comparison Using Advanced Algorithms
  *   A UHD/HDR Primer
  *   Speed in the Real World--Factual Representation in Pre-Sound Era Documentaries
  *   Wetgate Scanning and Digitizing Konrad Wolf's Mama, Ich Lebe
  *   Present and Future Applications of Optical Soundtrack Scan Technology
  *   Body-worn Cameras and Electronic Recordkeeping in Law Enforcement: National Forum Outcomes and a Report from the Field
  *   Restoring Audio for A Hard Day's Night, Don't Look Back and Quadrophenia
  *   Reconceiving Repertory: A Holistic Approach to Distribution and Restoration in the Art House Market
  *   More to be added soon!

Los Angeles Premiere Screenings of Restored Classics:

  *   Marlon Brando's One-Eyed Jacks
  *   John Huston's original version of Beat the Devil
  *   Robert Altman's McCabe & Mrs. Miller

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