A guy I met from UCLA Archives told me that they might be showing fewer nitrate prints in the future because they moved the cinema to the Armand Hammer Museum in Westwood, CA. Although the new cinema has a license to project nitrate film prints, the whole building complex contains a great number of valuable pieces of art. The curators do not want to incur the greater risk of fire that projecting nitrate would entail--there is too great a chance that some valuable artwork would go up in smoke. People are nostalgic for the days when they showed these films on the UCLA campus; then the only danger was setting a few students on fire.