Preservation

INTPSK: Interpositive, Silent, Color

An Interpositive is a positive film element used as an intermediate stage. It is generally a positive image on negative film stock. It is a positive copy made from an earlier generation negative film and used for the preparation of duplicate negatives rather than for projection.

An Interpositive Silent, Color contains color but no sound track.

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