PDFs recently added to the Orphan Film Symposium Collection at the Internet Archive (http://archive.org/details/OrphanFilmSymposium).
- Orphans 7: A Collection of Orphan Films. Stefan Elnabli, Walter Forsberg, and Jonah Volk, prods. >New York University Libraries, 2010.
Cover notes: http://archive.org/details/Orphans7DVD.
- Orphans 8: Made to Persuade. Rufus de Rham, Marie Lascu, Crystal Sanchez, and Dan Streible, prods. New York University and Museum of the Moving Image, 2012. Booklet 20pp.
Based on the theme of the eighth symposium, the disc features ten short archival films, seven commissioned works, and three recent films by recipients of the symposium’s Helen Hill Award, which recognizes independent filmmakers. Illustrated twenty-page booklet: http://archive.org/details/MadeToPersuade.
- Orphans in Space: Forgotten Films from the Final Frontier. Walter Forsberg, Alice Moscoso, Dan Streible, and Jonah Volk, prods. New York University Libraries and Orphan Film Project, 2012. Booklet 40pp.
In addition to the DVD producers listed above, contributing writers, interviewers, and commentators include scholars and critics (such as J. Hoberman, Tom Gunning, Charles Musser, Sergei Kapterev, Megan Shaw Prelinger, Rick Prelinger, Larry A. Jones, Eric Kohn, Juan Salas); archivists and curators (Anke Mebold, Audrey Young, Seth Anderson, Jay Schwartz, Greg Wilsbacher, Oliver Hanley, Nancy McLean Suniewick, Michael Nash, Donald F. Reines, Andy Uhrich, Caitlin Hammer, Lorenzo Gattorna, Kelli Hix); as well as filmmakers and media artists: Bill Brand, Jeanne Liotta, Andrea Callard, Ed Emshwiller, Deborah Stratman, John Lurie, Jo Dery, David Cassidy, Lillian Schwartz, and Joe Bowie (the voice of Ro-Revus).