UCLA Festival of Preservation – all day

Friday, February 15, 2019
9:00 am - 11:59 pm, UCLA Hammer Museum - Billy Wilder Theater

Presented by UCLA Film & Television Archive

See below for additional information.

Admission

All access pass: $50 online or at the box office. Click here for tickets. Single screenings: Advance tickets are available online for $10. Tickets are also available at the Billy Wilder Theater box office starting one hour before showtime: $9, general admission; free to all UCLA students with valid ID; $8, other students, seniors and UCLA Alumni Association members with ID.

Contact

UCLA Film & Television Archive
(310) 206-8013
archive@cinema.ucla.edu

Website

https://www.cinema.ucla.edu/events/2019/ucla-festival-o...

Additional Information

Join us for a three day festival celebrating the broad and deep efforts of UCLA Film & Television Archive to preserve and restore our national moving image heritage! We have put together a mix of mainstream classic Hollywood, independent features, documentaries, and television work, reflecting the Archive’s many stellar collections of film and video material. Friday February 15 program - - 9:00 am: My Lips Betray (dir. John Blystone, 1933) and Swing Hutton Swing (dir. Fred Waller, 1937) - - 10:41 am: Voice in the Wind (dir. Arthur Ripley, 1944) and Krakatoa (scr. J.H. Bekker, 1933) - - 1:40 pm: Selling L.A. Television: Local Kinescopes and Film Fragments, 1953-1965 - - 3:15 pm: The Crooked Way (dir. Robert Florey, 1949) - - 5:00 pm: El fantasma del convento (dir. Fernando de Fuentes, 1934) - - 7:30 pm: The Mortal Storm (dir. Frank Borzage, 1940) and Wings Over Mount Everest (dir. Geoffrey Barkas and Ivor Montagu, 1935) - - 9:47 pm: Trapped (dir. Richard Fleischer, 1949) - - 11:20 pm: The Man Who Cheated Himself (dir. Felix Feist, 1951) -- Visit cinema.ucla.edu for full program details and ticketing information.

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