October 2013

CONSERVATION AT A CROSSROADS: THE RESTORATION OF A FILM BY BRUCE CONNER

Ross Lipman

IN 1996, I was working at the Pacific Film Archive in Berkeley, California. Although I was the cataloguer, Edith Kramer, the PFA’s director at the time, knew I had a background in film printing and processing, and she let me hang around the screening room when the archive was preserving Crossroads (1976), Bruce Conner’s profound reworking of the 1946 Bikini Atoll …

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