One good place to start is Rick Prelinger's fantastic
site. Be sure and read the fine print about screening
The Internet Archive is collaborating with various
collectors, community members, and film-makers to
provide easy access to a rich and fascinating core
collection of archival films.
Academy of Art College
San Francisco, CA
--- Mike Frankel <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hello All:
> I am helping to put together a film series at a
> small theatre in my home
> town, and would like to find a listing of Public
> Domain films (and
> hopefully some sources) , that my be exhibited on
> Video or DVD(they do
> not have projection equipment). There would probably
> be only one showing
> of any one film, so it would not be anything like a
> week's run or even a
> It is an experiment to see if there is interest in
> town and if there is,
> the owners might be persuaded to go with more
> current releases.
> You have to start somewhere! Can anyone out there
> point me in the right
> Thanks in advance for any help that you can give.
> Mike Frankel
> Online resources for film/TV studies may be found at
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