Talk:National Film Preservation Board

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Preservation Methods[edit]

On the NFPB's official webpage, the following document extensively outlines preservation methods: A Study of the Current State of American Film Preservation - Volume 1: Report (particularly sections 4-5). I'm writing this comment because I'm looking for a simpler answer to their preservation process. How are they preserving these films? I'm leaving this message on this article's talk page in hopes that it'll be answered and incorporated into the article. --—oac old american century talk @ 01:49, 29 September 2008 (UTC)