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The VAFP seeks and encourages partnerships with laboratories and individuals working in the film restoration industry for the purpose of educating archivists and restorers in the technology of film restoration. The following is a list laboratories and people who have contributed clips or films to Video Aids to Film Preservation.

Littefilm.org

Little Film
http://www.littlefilm.org/

Bob Brodsky and Toni Treadway the founders of LittleFilm.org, have worked together for 30 years as filmmakers, technicians, writers and advocates for the “home movie.” Their site is targeted at the small format,amateur motion picture film that pre-dated video. The site provides helpful information on the care and handling of small gauge film.

LittleFilm/IC8
c/o Brodsky & Treadway
P.O. Box 335, 69 Warehouse Lane
Rowley, MA 01969

Telephone 978.948.7985 (9am-6pm EST)

Fax 978.948.3308

Cineric

Cineric
http://www.cineric.com

Cineric has restored over 200 films including Jason and the Argonauts, The Birds, American Graffiti, A Man for All Seasons, The Man from Laramie and The Caine Mutiny.

Cineric.
630 Ninth Avenue
Suite 508
New York, New York 10036

Telephone 212.586.4822

Fax 212.582.3744

Colorlab

Colorlab
http://www.colorlab.com/archives.html

The Colorlab Archives Division is a telecine facility servicing producers requiring film-to-tape transfers of the huge film archives holdings of the various government and private film archives in the Washington, DC area. It is also a full-service film preservation laboratory in all formats.

Colorlab
5708 Arundel Ave
Rockville, MD 20852

Telephone 301.770.2128

Fax 301.816/0798

Film Technology Company, Inc


http://www.filmtech.com/

Film Technology Company, Inc. has restored thousands of motion pictures over its 30-year history.  Subjects include turn-of-the century Edison Films, features, newsreels, travelogues, kinescopes, amateur films and videos.  

Film Technology Company, Inc
726 North Cole Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90038

Telephone 323.464.3456

Fax 323.464.7439