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IU Libraries Moving Image Archive
The Indiana University Libraries Moving Image Archive (IULMIA) is one of the world’s largest educational film and video collections. The archive contains more than 86,000 items spanning nearly 80 years of film and television production, including many rare and last-remaining copies of influential 20th-century films. IULMIA is a member of the distinguished International Federation of Film Archives, the leading association for film preservation. The IULMIA collections are housed within the state-of-the-art Ruth Lilly Auxiliary Library Facility (ALF), which maintains a consistent temperature of 50 degrees Fahrenheit and a stable relative humidity of 30 percent.
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[Indiana University Media School PhD student Anthony Silvestri was kind enough to write up a blog post about The Chelsea Girls (Andy Warhol, 1996) which will be playing at the IU…
Howdy! I’m Tim Wagner, Assistant Film Archivist at Indiana University Libraries Moving Image Archive (IULMIA). Working on the Media Digitization & Preservation Initiative (MDPI),…
“Amateur cinema: Amateur filmmaking and the alternative film culture that emerged around it. Amateur films were polished short works aimed at an audience of fellow amateurs and…
The IU Libraries Moving Image Archive digitized over 600 audio tapes documenting the history of the venerable International Federation of Film Archives (FIAF). FIAF is celebrating its 80th anniversary this year and these tapes contain the recordings of the organization's annual symposia and general assemblies from 1975 to 2006.
The history of a television news station can be told from many perspectives. Some histories may frame a discussion around the context of national news media, others may focus on a…
As a down-and-out singer, Victoria Grant (Andrews) finds a job as a man impersonating a woman. While Grant gains fame and wealth from her act, she also finds trouble.
BORDERLINE (1930) Adah, a black woman, has an affair with Thorne, a white man, much to the dismay of some of the prejudiced townsfolk and Thorne's wife, Astrid. Screening will be followed by a Q&A with composer Renee Baker!