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We're very happy to share a new blog post on the collection of Peter Rubin, written by guest writer Luisa González, a filmmaker, film programmer and researcher.
It is with great pleasure that we are sharing this blog post written by guest author and silent film expert Robert J. Kiss.
Peter Rubin’s Super8 films comprise a relatively smaller aspect of the entire Collection - only 62 reels, most 15 meters in length.
Piles and piles of dusty boxes stacked on pallets, handwritten scribbles and stickers: pretty much every archivist’s nightmare awaited me on the first day of my internship at Eye.
Every year, Eye Filmmuseum inspects one of its three nitrate vaults in its entirety, in compliance with the requirements of the nitrate permit.
We found a fragment of a 16mm film reel which contains silent colour footage of Martin Luther King Jr entering Santa Rita Rehabilitation Centre.
106 years after its release in the Netherlands, and many decades after being separated from the rest of the Desmet Collection, the film Nerone (1909) is now reunited in our vaults.