SOC 2014

Why Watch? Ah, memories that we didn’t make. It’s amazing to look back at films made a century ago — a full lifetime before we were born — and think of them as familiar. Old pals. There’s a real beauty in being able to grow up with images from bygone eras.

Fortunately, The Society of Camera Operators put together this wonderful diversion for film fans to enjoy. Think of it as a moving museum wall you can check out from home.

What Will It Cost? About 4 minutes.

A New Short Film Every Weekday

Hat tip to The Film Stage for this one

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