Martin Scorsese’s Mission to Preserve Motion Picture History

New York | September 2016

The Film Foundation is dedicated to restoring and preserving films through partnerships with archives and studios, making them accessible to the public at festivals, museums and education institutions around the world. Founder and Chair, acclaimed film director Martin Scorsese, discusses the artistry of filmmaking and the importance of preserving motion picture history. Sold to benefit the Film Foundation, a Unique Crystal Magnum Decanter of Special Louis XIII Cognac will be offered in New York (10 September), Hong Kong (1 October) and London (16 November).

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