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Old 19th November 2018, 05:21 PM
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Old 18th December 2018, 07:24 AM
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Programme notes from the 25th BFI 'Missing, Presumed Wiped' event



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Old 18th December 2018, 12:00 PM
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Apparently Morris strongly hinted that there is more to come in 2019, using a phrase like 'lighting the blue touch paper'

hoping for DW, but if not, some other cult items...

one interesting anecdote that was related was that The Abominable Snowmen was reportedly shown illegally at a Nigerian cinema... the Morecambe and Wise return was found in a Nigerian cinema!
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He also said "BIG surprises" next year., and that reveals are being spaced out on purpose to allow for maximum publicity for each set of finds. The BFI's Dick Fiddy and Paul Vanezis were there, and according to those that there were there they all seemed very cheerful and chummy. It does look like we're finally getting to the end game, so fingers crossed for some happy news for Who fans next year!
I wouldn't say no to some missing Callan either...

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No new finds or rumours, but an interesting article from The Smithsonian about the importance of continuing to look for missing films

Why We Need to Keep Searching for Lost Silent Films
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