The Academy’s Margaret Herrick Library is an insanely cool place. It’s the world’s preeminent cinema research facility and holds more than 80,000 screenplays, 42,000 original movie posters, 10 million photographs and 1,100 special collections (and some awesome people working there who can’t wait to show you them).
Everyone was welcomed into the Margaret Harrick Library, where special displays were arranged:
Arranged in chronological order over several tables were artifacts from some of the greatest films: scripts, original notes, letters, posters, costume sketches, and stills.
Carlos Grangel drew sketches for The Corpse Bride on the back of a Macy’s box because that’s his favorite color: