film vault

film vault

[′film ‚vȯlt]
(engineering)
A place for safekeeping of film.
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The film was discovered 100 years later in the film vault at the Museum of Modern Art.
Now he's taken over an old film vault on the Sunset Gower Studios lot and launched Red Lotus Studios.
8220;I, Marquis DeSade” - Lost for almost 50 years, this ultra-rare film by director Richard Hilliard (“Violent Midnight,” “The Horror of Party Beach”) was recently rediscovered in a Swedish film vault and is presented here for the first time on DVD.
The former Radyr Comprehensive School pupil from Cardiff said she was given valuable advice on how to "market" herself for the US film industry, which seems to have paid off with her lead role in new action gangster film Vault.
2) People wait in line to get into Universal Studios Hollywood on Monday, a day after a fire accidentally started by a welder's torch destroyed a film vault, the King Kong tour and the New York street.
Donner's reels lay discarded in a London film vault until fans campaigned for them to be seen.
One of the original bank vaults was fully refurbished and maintained as a film vault.
A NORTH film vault which has received pounds 850,000 of Government funding will be launched at Teesside University tomorrow.
In 1996 the intrepid pair found the last two rolls of ageing celluloid in a dusty film vault which had been sold to a junk shop in Galway.
There are also scores of classrooms and meeting rooms, a film vault with 25,000 Chinese and foreign films, storage areas for over 15,000 books, magazines and other study materials and plenty of offices.
And with a determination of which Agent Scully and her partner Fox Mulder would be proud, she has now enlisted the aid of an army of lawyers to help put the low-budget 1988 movie back in the dusty Hollywood film vault from which it has just emerged.