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Scorsese Sets Restored Film Screening Room

Martin Scorsese’s The Film Foundation has launched The Film Foundation Restoration Screening Room, a free virtual screening room that plans to host films restored with the help of the foundation for free.

Feature presentations will debut on the second Monday of each month with screenings starting at a set time and available for a 24-hour window.

The screening will feature introductions, interviews with conservationists, behind-the-scenes looks at the restoration process and appearances from A-list fans.

First in the series will be 1945 romance feature “I Know Where I’m Going!” and will be introduced by Scorsese and include interviews with fans of the film Thelma Schoonmaker Powell, Joanna Hogg, Tilda Swinton and Kevin Macdonald.

Other films on the list include Federico Fellini’s “La Strada,” G. Aravindan’s “Kummatty,” a film noir double feature of Edgar G. Ulmer’s “Detour” and Arthur D. Ripley’s “The Chase,” and John Huston’s “Moulin Rouge”.

Oracle and DelphiQuest on the platform that will host the screening room, which will be available online. Head over to the official site for more details.

Source: Film Foundation

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