Title: Meet the Reflex Film Scanners (HD)
Description: Reflex Film Scanners bridge the gap between the old and new worlds, by scanning film in any condition, even those which are considered extinct.
Title: New York City, 1972 HD
Description: This 16mm film was shot in New York City in 1972, and features people and vehicles navigating
their way through the sidewalks and streets of Manhattan.
Title: President Dwight D. Eisenhower “Waging Peace” Interview, 1965 (HD)
Description: In his Gettysburg, PA office in 1965, four years after he left the Presidency, Eisenhower talks energetically about several major events of his eight years in office. He offers his perspective on the Suez Crisis, the Hungarian Revolution and the U2 Incident. He also provides his appraisal and approval of the actions of his Secretary of State, John Foster Dulles. The interview was conducted in support of Eisenhower’s book, ‘Waging Peace,’ which was published that year. This was scanned from, 16mm B&W print film shot at 24 fps.
Title: San Blas Islands of Panama, 1980 (HD)
Description: The San Blas islands are a group of islands in the archipelago de San Blas, located in the Northwest of Panama facing the Caribbean Sea. There are 378 islands within the archipelago and they are scattered around in an area of about 100 square miles. The majority of the 378 islands have no inhabitants, but on the larger ones you will find the gentle native people known as the Kuna’s. This 16mm Kodak negative film was shot in 1980 by William Bacon.
Title: Regular 8mm Home Movies, 1970’s (HD)
Description: This Regular 8mm home movie film was shot in the 1970’s. Scanned from the camera original film at 18 fps.
Title: The lights of Lake Tahoe, Super 8mm home movie (HD)
Description: This Super 8mm home movie was shot in Lake Tahoe, during the 1970’s, and features neon lights at night.
Title: Thrills of the Racetrack, 1915 (HD)
Description: In this collection of thrills from the early days of the automobile, vintage cars trailing plumes of white smoke and piloted by helmeted daredevils in open drivers’ seats barrel their way around curves and down straightaways, through city streets, on a banked wooden track, and across the sand of an unnamed beach. Included are scenes from the 1915 Pan American Exposition car race in San Francisco and early images from the Indianapolis Speedway. This was scanned from a very brittle and shrunken silent 16mm B&W print. The original is 1 minute and 23 seconds long and was shot at 18 fps.
Title: General Paul von Hindenburg, 1914 (HD)
Description: This rare and remarkable footage follows von Hindenburg, beginning in 1914 when the 66-year-old served as Germany’s Chief of General Staff in World War I. It includes battle scenes as well as those with him in strategy sessions with other officers and in the field with German troops. Following the war, von Hindenburg was twice elected President of Germany. During his second term, under pressure, he appointed Adolf Hitler as Chancellor and several scenes show him with Hitler where von Hindenburg’s dislike for the man he called a “Bohemian Corporal” is obvious. The footage concludes in 1933, one year before von Hindenburg’s death. This was scanned from 7 minutes and 18 seconds of silent 16mm B&W print film shot at 18fps.