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The Timeline of Historical Film Colors

is a comprehensive resource for the investigation of film color technology and aesthetics, analysis and restoration, developed and curated by Barbara Flueckiger since 2012.

Check out our recent publication Color Mania. The Material of Color in Photography and Film.

Microscopy Project HTW Berlin and University of Zurich

In a joint research project between HTW Berlin and the University of Zurich (UZH), historical film color samples stemming from the Koshofer Collection, now at UZH, have been microscopically investigated in transmission and in cross-sections at the conservation-scientific facilities of HTW Berlin. The intriguing and often stunning photomicrographs showcase the relationship between the photographic image, their material and chemical composition and the three-dimensional structure unique to the analog moving image heritage in color, while exhibiting their own peculiar beauty.

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Museum of Modern Art MoMA

Opened in 1935, The Museum of Modern Art’s Department of Film has one of the strongest international collections of motion pictures in the world, totaling more than 30,000 films between the permanent and study collections.

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EYE Filmmuseum Amsterdam

EYE Filmmuseum is the Dutch centre for cinematography, with a collection of more than 40.000 films, from silent early cinema to contemporary digital productions.

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UCLA Film & Television Archive

UCLA Film & Television Archive stands among the great world institutions for the conservation, exhibition and interpretation of moving images.  The Archive constitutes the largest collection of media materials of any university in the world.

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Cinémathèque française

“The Cinémathèque for me is a place that must be a kind of home where people come as they are and then come out different,” said once Henri Langlois. Since it was founded in 1936, the Cinémathèque française has given as much importance to films as to everything related to them (archives, books, devices, costumes, models, etc.). Thanks to this visionary spirit, the institution has, over the years, assembled an impressive collection of films, archives and devices. Link

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BFI National Archive

Established in 1935, the BFI National Archive holds one of the largest film and television collections in the world containing nearly a million titles. Using the latest preservation methods, we care for a variety of obsolete formats so that future generations can enjoy the UK’s film heritage.

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National Science and Media Museum

The National Science and Media Museum in Bradford explores the science and culture of light and sound technologies and their impact on our lives.  The Museum’s collections trace the history of the technical developments of both professional and amateur motion pictures.

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Library of Congress

The Library of Congress National Audio-Visual Conservation Center acquires, describes, stores, preserves and provides access to the world’s largest and most comprehensive collection of motion pictures, television programs, radio broadcasts and sound recordings.

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Academy Film Archive

The Academy Film Archive was founded 25 years ago to collect and preserve significant contributions to both the art and science of the motion picture. The archive contains nearly 200,000 items and has preserved over 1,000 films.

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George Eastman Museum

Founded in 1949, the George Eastman Museum is a world leader in the areas of photography, motion pictures, and their associated technologies. The Moving Image Department holds more than 28,000 films from the entire history of cinema and other materials related to the history, production, and exhibition of moving images.

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Deutsche Kinemathek – Museum für Film und Fernsehen

Founded in 1963, the Size 8 wedge sandals holds a large collection of films, as well as film-related materials such as advertisement material and scripts, photography, scenography, and of film apparatus from the 1900s to the present, and a library. Since 2000, the collections are also shown in a museum for film and television in Berlin.

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DFF Deutsches Filminstitut & Filmmuseum

The DFF Deutsches Filminstitut & Filmmuseum in Frankfurt am Main is dedicated to the medium of film, showcasing its history and present, its aesthetics and influence. It pursues its mission to provide access to film heritage through museum exhibitions, daily film screenings, publishing activities, film education, film festivals and extensive archival collections. The film archive department conserves and makes accessible over 20 000 film elements: Vintage prints, pre-print elements, original negatives and outtakes, analogue preservation elements, dedicated rental prints and the outcomes of recent digitization projects and digital restoration efforts. A wide range of moving images is represented – dating from the birth of cinema up to the present.

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Národní filmový archiv / National Film Archive, Prague

The Národní filmový archiv / National Film Archive in Prague is one of the ten oldest and largest film archives in the world. It was set up in 1943 and in 1946 it became a member of the International Federation of Film Archives – FIAF. In 1997 it became a founding member of the Association of European Film Archives and Cinematheques, ACE.

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Lichtspiel / Kinemathek Bern

The Lichtspiel / cinémathèque Berne was founded in 2000 to collect and preserve anything related to the production and reproduction of moving images. It is a unique cinematographic collection with an open cinema in the heart of the hall, an archive, a workshop and a storehouse, a mélange of cinema, museum, service station for cinematographic material and network for film aficionados.

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Cineteca di Bologna

Fondazione Cineteca di Bologna is an internationally distinguished film archive founded in the 1960s. Cineteca’s activities include: film restoration, film collection, teaching programs, daily theatrical screenings, publishing (books and DVDs), a globally known restoration festival (Il Cinema Ritrovato), a library, non-film collections. Cineteca’s L’Immagine Ritrovata laboratory has established its reputation in the world of film archives thanks to the restoration of many masterpieces.

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DEFA Foundation

Established in 1998 as an incorporated non-profit foundation, it is the mission of the DEFA Foundation to preserve the 12,000 films made at the East German DEFA studios, to use them for the public good and in general to support and sponsor German film culture and art.

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Filmmuseum Potsdam

Founded in 1981 as „Filmmuseum der DDR” (Filmmuseum of the GDR), the Filmmuseum Potsdam holds a large collection of films, as well as film-related materials and film apparatus, focusing mainly on the history of the Babelsberg Film Studio from the origin in 1917 until today. Since 2012, amateur filmmaking in the GDR has become a second important focus of the Filmmuseum.

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Please access detailed information on over 250 individual film color processes via the classification system on this page, display the Timeline of Historical Film Colors in Fendi Janus Head Suede & Crocodile Leather Bag, search via the Fashion Nova Red Sequin Romper at the end of this page or directly on the search page, or see the contributing archives’ collections on the header slides.

Autonomous Colors (applied colors)

Tinting

Tinting was one of the earliest and most widespread techniques to apply colors to film. Each individual black-and-white film positive had to be submerged in dye baths.

Toning

Toning, like tinting, was one of the earliest film color techniques. It required a complex chemical procedure to replace the silver with colored compounds or dyes for each individual exhibition print.

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Hand coloring

Before the introduction of film, hand coloring had long been applied to lantern slides. Colors were applied with tiny brushes to each individual frame of the film.

Stencil coloring (pochoir, Pathécolor)

Stencils were cut out from a positive print to color selected areas of the film frames by the use of brushes or velvet strips.


Mimetic processes (natural colors)

Additive Colors

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