Scott MacQueen is the Head of Preservation at the UCLA Film & Television Archive. A graduate of NYU Film School, he worked in distribution and production before joining the Walt Disney Company in 1991 where, for 12 years, he managed the studio’s film restoration program. In 2002 he joined PRO-TEK Media Preservation as Director of Restoration Management where he oversaw projects for a wide range of library content holders. He has written on film history and technology for American Cinematographer, the SMPTE Journal, Cinefex and the AMIA Journal. He has provided DVD commentaries including Bride of Frankenstein (1935), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (1935) and Fantasia (1940). Mr. MacQueen is an Anthology Film Archives “Film Preservation Honoree” and was awarded an Annie by ASIFA-Hollywood for “Special Achievement in Animation”.