If you’ve ever wondered—as any self-identifying cinephile presumably would—how the hard-working folks over at the illustrious Criterion Collection go about restoring the old films that they release in such pristine form, then you’re in luck: the design/tech blog Gizmodo, sharing your curiosity, went behind the scenes at the Criterion facilities to get a look at the intensive process. Using the soon-to-be-released Hitchcock film Foreign Correspondent (1940) as an example, technical director Lee Kline and various technicians talk through the meticulous steps and various tools involved in taking an original negative film print and upgrading it to the collection’s high definition standard of quality. The video also highlights the work that goes into producing the company’s striking cover art and packaging.