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Kieron Webb

Kieron co-ordinates the technical work on the Archive’s restorations, including the identification of the best source materials and designing the approach of restoration work with all the other teams at the Archive’s Conservation Centre. He has worked on the restorations of the first films of Charlie Chaplin and David Lean and led the restoration of Joseph Losey’s Accident (1967). He oversaw the digital restoration of The Great White Silence (1924), the film record of Scott’s Antarctic expedition, and the digital remastering of the Ealing Studios classic It Always Rains on Sunday (1947).

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