2017.07.31 [Updates]
Film Treasures from the George Eastman Museum: Enchanting Women
The Tokyo International Film Festival (TIFF) will host an exciting lineup of special events to celebrate its 30th anniversary edition, and Film Treasures from the George Eastman Museum is one of those events.

 
Film Treasures from the George Eastman Museum: Enchanting Women
 
Following past TIFF special screenings featuring films from MoMA, Orson Welles and UCLA, we will present Film Treasures from George Eastman Museum, in collaboration with the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo.
Opened in 1949 as a film and photography archive in Rochester, NY, the Eastman Museum is the second oldest in the US, and known for its collections of flammable originals and stills of many precious motion pictures, including American silents. Erich von Stroheim’s Queen Kelly (1931) [Swanson version] and other American masterpieces from the golden age of the 20s and 30s will be screened in beautiful 35mm prints.
Queen_Kelly

Photo courtesy George Eastman Museum

 
◦Dates:
October 25 (Wed) – November 5 (Sun)
◦Venue:
National Film Center Cinema 1
◦Co-hosted by:
George Eastman Museum, Motion Picture Association (MPA) and
National Film Center, the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

◦Grant:
U.S. Embassy, Tokyo
 
Student U30: Chance for students to view free. The first 20 students and under-30s for each session will be admitted free of charge with a student ID.