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Film Loans from the Library of Congress — November 2018

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Here are some of the titles preserved by our film laboratory that we’re loaning for exhibition this month. As always, we can’t guarantee that schedules won’t change or links get broken, but this is our best information at the time of publication.

November 1 and 12, 2018

Filmpodium Zürich, Switzerland

“Give Us This Day” (1949)






November 3 – 18, 2018

AFI Silver   Silver Spring, Maryland

“Cardboard Lover” (1928) 

“Show People” (1928)

“Corpora Kate” (1926) 

“Lilac Time” (1928)

“Heart to Heart” (1928) 


November 8 – 11, 2018

KAVI- National Audiovisual Institute  Helsinki, Finland

 ”The Road Back” (1937)


November 9 – 27, 2018

Film Forum  New York, New York

“Devotion” (1946) 

“Strawberry Blonde” (1941) 





November 4, 2018

The Austrian Film Museum  Vienna, Austria

“Daughter of Shanghai” (1937) 


November 4 – 11, 2018

TIFF Bell Light Box  Toronto, Canada

“Flamingo Road” (1949) 

“All Quiet on the Western Front” (1930) 





November 6 – 13, 2018

Fondation Jérôme Seydoux-Pathé  Paris, France

“The Child Thou Gavest Me”  (1921) 

“The Song of Life” (1922) 

“Memory Lane” (1926)


November 11, 2018

Somerville Theater   Somerville, Massachusetts

“The Big Parade” (1925)






November 13, 2018

George Eastman Museum Rochester, New York

“Midnight Lovers”  (1926)


November 25 – 29, 2018

Deutsches Filminstitut Filmmuseum  Frankfurt, Germany

“Give Us This Day” (1949)

“M” (1951) 


November 23 – December 2, 2018

Museum of Modern Art New York   NYC, New York

Silent Comedy International

Library of Congress contributions include:

“What Price Glory?” (1925)

“Silk Hose and High Pressure” (1915)

“Smithy” (1924)

“Sweet Daddy” (1921)

“That’s My Wife” (c. 1929)


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