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Northeast Historic Film Charity Profile
The purpose of Northeast Historic Film is to collect, preserve, and make available to the public, film and videotape of interest to the people of northern New England.
Activities include, but are not limited to, a survey of moving pictures of northern New England; preserving and safeguarding film and videotape through restoration, duplication, and climate-controlled storage; the creation of educational programs through screenings and exhibitions on-site and in touring programs; assistance to members of the public, scholars and students at all levels, and members of the film and video production community.
Northeast Historic Film (NHF) is a tax-exempt nonprofit organization founded in 1986.
NHF has a large and growing collection of unique moving-image materials relating to the history and culture of northern New England.
The organization is recognized for working with a community of citizens locally, regionally, and throughout North America, who care for this historical resource and are committed to developing its use and support.
In 2003 Northeast Historic Film opened a Conservation Center to extend the life of its film and video collections by providing temperature- and humidity-controlled storage in a secure facility. Space in the Conservation Center is also occupied by the collections of Archival Storage Consortium partners, and is also available for rent by organizations and individuals.