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Film Loans from the Library of Congress — January 2022

Here’s a title from the Library’s motion picture collection–many preserved by the NAVCC 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.

Museum of Modern Art – To Save and Project Festival, New York, New York

THE FIRE BRIGADE (1926)

https://www.moma.org/calendar/film/5395

This film was restored by the Library of Congress and The Film Foundation. Funding provided by the Hobson/Lucas Family Foundation.

3 Comments

  1. Michael D. Toman
    January 2, 2022 at 12:57 am

    Dear Library of Congress Librarian,

    Just wanted to take a moment to say “Thank You!” for this New Program, as well as all of your other Internet-accessible programs which the Overbooked (Overwhelmed?) Undersigned has enjoyed.

    While I would be delighted to hear from you, if the events of the last few months have taught me nothing else, I know that even Unanticipated Free Time can be fleeting, especially for Librarians trying to work in this COVID Continuum Crisis Time of Troubles, so no reply, immediate or otherwise, is necessary or expected.

    Much Appreciated!

    Everyone Stay Safe and Well and “Keep On Keeping On!”

    Always Best Wishes From My Own Private Paper Labyrinth Burrow in “the fabulous Land of SoPas,” Inland from the Omega Coast

  2. Young-Woo Kim
    January 2, 2022 at 6:38 am

    Thanks for good information to enjoy of film of early years.

    I am very thinking about, why I am so deep touched from every movies.

    So I hope that I can see all of them

    or have recording version after the shows.

    With best regards and happy new year!

  3. Adam Adelsberger
    January 13, 2022 at 10:33 pm

    Good on you George for bringing us great cinema!

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