President, Colorlab Corp.
President, DuArt Film & Video
DuArt Senior Editor
LVT Laser Subtitling - New York
5708 Arundel Avenue
Rockville, MD 20852
+1 301 770 2128
Colorlab created the new 35mm B&W negative for Nuremberg, using the best extant print, which was loaned to Schulberg Productions by the German Bundesarchiv.
With offices in NYC and Rockville, MD, the Archives Division at Colorlab is positioned to become the major Film Preservation facility on the East coast, performing both film-to-film preservation and film-to-tape digital mastering from the small gauge formats 8mm, super 8, and 9.5mm through 16mm, 17.5mm, 28mm, and 35mm.
Preservation clients include National Archives at College Park, US Holocaust Memorial Museum, Library of Congress, Showa-kan Film Archives (Tokyo Peace Museum), Smithsonian Institution Human Studies Film Archives, Okinawa Prefectural Archives, National Library of Ireland, Truman Presidential Library, Nixon Library, Kennedy Library, and Duke University Film Archives.
Colorlab Corp. participates annually in matching funds with film preservation services to support the efforts of the National Film Preservation Foundation, located in San Francisco. This organization supplies government funds, which partially pay for preservation efforts on culturally important non-commercial films that otherwise might vanish due to lack of resources to preserve them. Colorlab matches funds with in-kind services to achieve preserving them and thereby keeping them available for the public.
Recent commercial projects include preservation of 35mm nitrate camera originals in the Julien Bryan Collection of pre-war Eastern Europe and pre-war Japan; Claude Lanzmann's "Shoah"; and the H. Lee Waters Collection at Duke University.
Russ Suniewick graduated in 1967 from the Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester, with a Baccalaureate of Music with Honors in Applied Music/ Clarinet Performance. He was a member of Eastman Philharmonia and Eastman Wind Ensemble, and various chamber groups.
New 35mm Print of
Nuremberg: Its Lesson for Today
[The Schulberg/Waletzky Restoration]