Bayshore Round-Up (1920)

Film showing the Bayshore Amusement Park in its heyday, preserved by the Maryland Historical Society with NFPF support.

Saved Through the NFPF

Newsreels, industrial films, cartoons, films from the silent era, political ads, home movies, avant-garde works—nearly 2,400 films have been preserved through the NFPF programs over the past 20 years. Here are examples saved by archives in California, Illinois, Kentucky, Maine, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, and Texas. Click here for a list of more than 100 additional films available for viewing outside of our website.

The Battle of Michigan Avenue (1969)

Preserved by Chicago Film Archives

Beverly Hills Board Track Racing (1921)

Preserved by Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum

The Boy Who Saw Through (1958)

Preserved by Yale Film Archive

Carnival in Trinidad (1953)

Preserved by University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Catskill Honeymoon (1950)

Preserved by Southern Methodist University

Code Blue (1972)

Preserved by Washington University in St. Louis

For Liberty and Union (1977)

Preserved by West Virginia State Archives

Governor Marland Declares Martial Law (1936)

Preserved by Oklahoma Historical Society

Let There Be Light (1946)

Preserved by National Archives And Records Administration

Movies of Local People: Spindale (1937)

Preserved by Duke University

Mrs. Mortimer Jones Prepares “Dinner for Eight” (1934)

Preserved by Huntington Library

A Regular Bouquet: Mississippi Summer (1964)

Preserved by Washington University in St. Louis

Soft Shoes (1925)

Preserved by San Francisco Silent Film Festival

The Story of Creative Capital (1957)

Preserved by Hagley Museum and Library

To the Fair! (1964)

Preserved by New York Public Library

Welcome San Francisco Movie Makers (1960)

Preserved by San Francisco Media Archive

Whitesburg Epic (1971)

Preserved by Appalshop

Wohelo Camp (1919)

Preserved by Northeast Historic Film