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“Cinema is a powerful art form, and we believe that great cinema, like all great art, has the power to transform and illuminate lives. Films have profoundly moved us, taught us about human nature, introduced us to other cultures, and fundamentally changed the way we see the world. We hope that Milestone’s titles will open your eyes, your hearts and your minds.” — Dennis Doros & Amy Heller, founders

“If the history of the cinema, with its screenings and restorations, its retrospective series and home video and streaming releases, is worth anything at all, it’s in the transmission not of a mere story about past influence nor even of documentation of past circumstances but of a direct, firsthand experience with artistic creativity, with original inspiration and its yet unforeseen influence on the future.” — Richard Brody, New Yorker Magazine

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Maia’s Quarter-Life Crisis
December 04, 2017

[Note from Milestone: This blog is by the our dear friend and intern, the inimitable Maia Krivoruk. We first met Maia when she was a five-year-old whirlwind of energy and opinions. She grew up to be a wonderful, caring, courageous...

“Legacy of Exiled NDNZ” and the film that inspired my work — a guest blog by Pamela J. Peters
November 27, 2017

In 2008, I first saw Kent Mackenzie’s film The Exiles (1961). It is a neorealist film that showcases a true depiction of American Indians living in Los Angeles at a time when nothing was documented and when Hollywood cinema was generating stereotypes...

“Thing is, I don’t believe in ghosts. But I see them all the time.”
October 31, 2017

We first “met” Sherman Alexie in 2007 — on the Milestone office answering machine. We had been preparing the press kit for Kent Mackenzie’s Native American film, The Exiles, and our colleague Cindi Rowell had suggested that he might be interested...

The votes are in… and Milestone co-founder Dennis Doros is the new AMIA president!
October 24, 2017

    Dennis Doros Elected President of the Association of Moving Image Archivists   Members Also Vote for Three New Directors of the AMIA Board   LOS ANGELES (October 23, 2017) – The Association of Moving Image Archivists (AMIA) announces that Dennis...

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