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A program of amateur, educational and industrial films that offer a rare glimpse into North American adventure treks and vacations of times gone by.
Chicago Film Archives welcomes you to a day of feasting on home movies and the many stories they contain.
Chicago Film Archives joins other organizations and moving image archivists from around the world to discuss how to encourage people throughout the world to value, save, and preserve their home movies. [Photo by Dwight Swanson]
Chicago Film Archives presents “A Pictorial Story of Hiawatha” at the Eleventh Annual Northeast Historic Film Summer Symposium.
Chicago Film Archives presents on the impact of preservation assistance provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Join the Chicago Film Archives at the Chicago Cultural Center for a wild and wacky selection of social guidance educational films from the 1950’s — 1980’s that were made for teens and their parents.
Chicago Film Archives and Valparaiso University present the premiere of newly restored film that tells “The Pictorial Story of Hiawatha.”
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