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Film Loans from the Library of Congress — October 2022

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Here are some of the titles from the Library’s motion picture collections–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.

Pordenone Silent Film Festival:  Pordenone, Italy

THE MOTH (1917) – DCP   (October 1, 2022)

GHOSTS OF YESTERDAY (1918) – DCP  (October 2, 2022)

THE FORBIDDEN CITY (1918) – 35mm print  (October 3, 2022)

THE LADY (1925) – DCP  (October 4, 2022)

YES OR NO (1920) – 35mm print  (October 5, 2022)

THE SIGN ON THE DOOR (1921) – 35mm print  (October 6, 2022)

WITHIN THE LAW (1923) – 35mm print  (October 7, 2022)


Film Forum: New York, New York

THE PATSY (1928) – 35mm print  (October 9, 2022)

LIGHTS OF OLD BROADWAY (1925) – 35mm print  (October 10, 1922)

SHOW PEOPLE (1928) – 35mm print  (October 23, 2022)




Metrograph: New York, New York

MURIEL’S WEDDING (1994) – 35mm print   (October 15, 2022)








Paris Theater: New York, New York

ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT (1930) – 35mm print  (October 16, 2022)








Campus Theater:  Lewisburg, PA

JUKE JOINT (1947) – 35mm print  (October 19, 2022)








British Film Institute- Southbank:  London, England

I WALKED WITH A ZOMBIE (1943) – 35mm print  (October 20, 2022)






Morelia International Film Festival: Morelia, Mexico

OUT OF THE PAST (1947) – 35mm print                                  October 22, 2022








Viennale: Vienna, Austria

NATIVE SON (1951)          October 22, 2022







AFI Silver: Silver Spring, Maryland

THE UNSUSPECTED (1947) – 35mm print  (October 22, 2022)

THE RED HOUSE (1947) – 35mm print  (October 22, 2022)

I MARRIED A WITCH (1942) – DCP  (October 30, 2022)




Chicago Film Society at Northwestern Illinois University: Chicago, Illinois

CENTRAL AIRPORT (1933) – 35mm print  (October 26, 2022)


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