We all know about the Watergate Tapes, but a whole bunch of Super 8 films turned up recently from the Nixon White House. The films have been edited (editorialized?) into a documentary feature called Our Nixon. Note the comparison of high and low quality film scans.
The trailer for a great film exploring family history/myths through personal audio-visual archives:
An overview of the Packard Campus facility of the Library of Congress:
A glimpse of the cutting edge, high volume operations of the Library of Congress:
Talk by James Snyder of the Library of Congress about Moving Image Archiving:
A good article on the telecine optical imaging process used in transferring film to video:
A directory of film labs that still process film:
A great little “app” to calculate the variables of film length, running time, frame rates, and formats: