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Editor’s choice in Journal of Cultural Heritage, Volume 33, 2018

Reversal film is a type of film that produces a positive image on a transparent celluloid base. Given its low processing cost, during the last four decades of the 20th century, reversal films have been very popular in many parts of the world, being used for both educational and recreative purposes. The Romanian Animafilm studios published throughout the decades an impressive collection of such films on various subjects, mostly animated stories, but also with historical or educational topics, and many of them are archived in many educational and cultural institutions. They are today a part of the 20th century legacy, in the same time containing images of sights, monuments, panoramas that can no longer be seen in the real world, and their reversal film images are sometimes the only thing preserving their heritage.

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