UNIVERSITY CITY — Inside the Tivoli Theatre, a couple of hundred people sat in the dark, watching an oddball smattering of movies: a tottery, fuzzed-up video of a blues singer playing guitar, footage from the 1940s of Japanese-Americans being released from an Arkansas internment camp, a home movie of a woman sweeping the front steps of her wrecked house after Hurricane Katrina and her husband, holding his hand above his head, showing just how high the water had come.
Film archivists save history through careful preservation
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