Let There Be Light

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About

A rare opportunity to dig into some well preserved film prints from the National Archives and bring them back to life with proper HD transfers. One of the key films in this collection was John Huston’s rarely seen ‘Let There Be Light’ (1947). The print of ‘Let There Be Light’ was not a clone and in fairly good shape. Other films included ‘With the Marines at Tawara’ and a 4 film series following generals. All films were transferred to HD in their original aspect ratio and had varying degrees of color / contrast work.

Details

The audio was extensively restored and remastered/mixed for modern systems. The original feel of the old recordings was kept, but all of the noise and film damage was greatly reduced. Sonic depth and tone was restored to the audio.

Credits

Joshua S. Warren: Executive Producer, Creative Director