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Celluloid Now 2022 was supported in part by the Illinois Arts Council Agency, a Grants for Arts Projects award from the National Endowment for the Arts, and a Multi-Year Program Support grant from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. Programs at the Chicago Cultural Center were presented in partnership with the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events.

John Klacsmann of Anthology Film Archives; Jesse Brossoit of Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre; Seth Mitter of Canyon Cinema; Thavary Krouch of the Chicago Film Office; Mike Reed, Nolan Chin, Margaret McCarthy, and Nicole Muto-Graves of Constellation; Justin Dean and Olivia Babler; James Bond of Full Aperture Systems; Mark Johnson of the Harvard Film Archive; Rebecca Fons and Michael Wawzenek of the Gene Siskel Film Center; Justin Dennis of Kinora; Miguel Armas and Mariya Nikiforova of Light Cone; Isabella Reicher and Gerald Weber of sixpackfilm; Gabriel Wallace; Clay Mills; Open Produce; Ben Ruder of the Film Studies Center at the University of Chicago; Brian Meacham of Yale Film Archive. 

Particular thanks to the lab technicians, projectionists, filmmakers, cinema engineers, collectors, and celluloid diehards who have brought analog film into the 21st century for another hundred years, and to the millions of audience members whose lives will be changed because of it.