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American Cinematheque Collection

Blanca Guerra in "Santa Sangre" (1989)

The American Cinematheque is a Los Angeles-based cultural institution that manages the Aero Theater in Santa Monica and the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood¬—which was built by Sid Grauman in 1922. The organization began depositing their print collection at the Archive in 1996 and continues to expand to this day. There are currently over 200 items in the collection, including 16mm, 35mm, and 70mm film prints of “Santa Sangre”(1989), “Kiss of the Spider Woman” (1985), and “The Master” (2012).

Click here for a list of the Academy’s holdings related to the American Cinematheque.

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