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James Steward holds Donna Reed aloft in this lobby card for the classic film
"It's a Wonderful Life" (1947)

Film Loans from the Library of Congress — December 2023

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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.

Lobby card, color, for film of three characters emoting
“Forgotten Faces” (c. 1929)

San Francisco Silent Film Festival     San Francisco, California

FORGOTTEN FACES (ca 1929); DCP     December 2

https://silentfilm.org/event/forgotten-faces-2/

Green-tined lobby card of western scene. Woman embraces man as outlaw lays on floor
“The Good Bad Man” (1916)

Dryden Theatre at the George Eastman Museum     Rochester, New York

THE GOOD BAD MAN (1916), 35mm     December 12

https://www.eastman.org/event/film-screenings/good-bad-man

Hand-tinted lobby card for film with lady of leisure in bed, wearing a hat and admiring her in a hand-held mirror
“The Forbidden Woman” (1920)

FilmoTeca de Catalunya     Barcelona, Spain

THE FORBIDDEN WOMAN (1920), 35mm     December 13

https://www.filmoteca.cat/web/en/node/50312

James Stewart and film family embraces in black and white photo at center of this lobby card for the film
“It’s a Wonderful Life” (1947)

Capitolfest     Rome, New York

IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE (1947), 35mm     December 15 +16

https://www.romecapitol.com/series/its-a-wonderful-life/

Katherine Hepburn in large green hat dominates lobby card for film
“Sylvia Scarlett” (1935)

La cinémathèque française     Paris, France

SYLVIA SCARLET (1935), 35mm     December 16

https://www.cinematheque.fr/film/31521.html

ONCE UPON A HONEYMOON (1942), 35mm     December 27

https://www.cinematheque.fr/film/34750.html

 

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