We work a lot with the BFI national archive and this year we are also working with international distributors such as George Eastman
House in America.
1854: George Eastman
, US photographic pioneer who founded Kodak, was born in New York State.
Founded during the second Industrial Revolution in the late 19th century by George Eastman
, a brilliant scientist-entrepreneur, Kodak went on to dominate the market it had created.
Kodak, founded by George Eastman
, has agreed a pounds 600million loan from Citigroup to tide it over.
The company can trace their roots back to 1880 when they were founded by George Eastman
in Rochester, New York.
Officially established by inventor George Eastman
in 1892, Kodak developed handheld "Brownie" cameras that were sold at popular prices and furnished the film that would keep consumers pumping profits into the company for decades.
1285 Avenue of the Americas will present "60 from the 60s: Selections from George Eastman
House," an exhibition organized by George Eastman
House International Museum of Photography and Film, to run through February 18, 2011.
As curator of technology at George Eastman
House in Rochester, New York, Gustavson works to catalog and maintain the world's largest collections of photographic and cinematic equipment and so is in a prime position for creating this highly illustrated history.
could George Eastman
have envisioned the revolution he started?
Photography wouldn't be what it is today if it hadn't been for American, George Eastman
The company plans to donate the last rolls of the film to George Eastman
House International Museum of Photography and Film in Rochester as part of a tribute to KODACHROME Film.
Picturing Eden was organized by George Eastman
House International Museum of Photography and Film who gratefully acknowledges organizational support from the Comer Foundation; Mondriaan Stichting Foundation, Amsterdam; and Creative New Zealand.
1888 George Eastman
patented the first roll-film camera.
Ricky is my favorite comedian of all time, and I'll give him $2 million per episode of Fox's money to work with us," McElhenney said during drinks in the George Eastman
bar as Kathy Griffin posed with fans.
In 1888, George Eastman
brought out the first box camera, calling it "Kodak No.