FILM HERITAGE AWARDS The Film Foundation for its 20th anniversary; Flicker Alley's DVD set "Chaplin at Keystone"; Fox's DVD set "The Elia Kazan Collection"; the National Film Preservation Foundation for the discovery of the long-lost 1927 John Ford film "Upstream"; Milestone Films for the release of On the Bowery (1956); the UCLA Film and Television Archive for the restoration, and Milestone for the distribution of Word Is Out (1978)
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