Sam Bryan, adjunct professor, Art History (film) spent the first week of September in Warsaw as a guest of the Polish government. He was introduced at the premiere of the Polish documentary AMERICAN CORRESPONDENT, and in turn introduced SIEGE, a brand new 35mm print of his father’s newsreel, shot exactly seventy years earlier. He had meetings and discussions about archiving still photos and motion picture film with The Institute of National Memories, The Central Archives of Modern Records, and The Polish Film Archive. The 35mm print was later screened at The United States Holocaust Museum in Washington, DC and at the Kodak screening room in New York for the New York Film Council. In November he was on a panel at the Association of Media Archivists in St. Louis screening and discussing the work of pioneer animator, Philip Stapp.