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Media Archive for Central England
Moving image archive for the English Midlands. Visit our website to view the collection.
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Media Archive for Central England Jun 19
Our friends have a warm-hearted, intimate online performance to share this Saturday. This small but perfectly formed show finds the extraordinary in the everyday, delving deep into the little things we take for granted. Reserve a place now:
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Independent Cinema Office Mar 12
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The ‘Connecting Communities’ panel explores a variety of ways in which archive film material can bring people together through their collective history. Featuring Prof Steve Hawley from NWFA, Dr Clare Watson from & Gary Thomas from
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Centre for Televison Histories Mar 4
The Centre for Television Histories is delighted to announce the next event for the Ghost Town project - a showing of An Act of Faith, beautifully restored by , alongside new films about
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No1tingham Mar 9
📺 : New shopping centre, The Four Seasons, opened 1976. (1m37s) via 🛍️
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No1tingham Mar 2
📺 Central News East 1984: The Duke of Edinburgh officially opened the new studios for Central Television on Lenton Lane in . (1m10s) via . 🎥
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Film London Feb 24
EARLYBIRD OFFER EXTENDED! You now have til FRI 28 FEB to get discounted tickets (£35 instead of £50) for our London’s Screen Archives' conference, FUTURE-PROOFING OUR COLLECTIONS: UNLEASHING THE POWER OF ARCHIVE FILM, on 12 March at 🎟️👉
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BFI Feb 23
Don't try this at home! Gloucester's very own pedal-powered daredevil shows off his stunts for the camera in 1974. Film courtesy of
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Film Archives UK Feb 21
Future-proofing Our Collections: Unleashing the Power of Archive Film - delve into London’s history on film at the London’s Screen Archives conference on 12 March inc speakers from and . Tickets:
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BFI Jan 31
Let's go for a drive through snowy Tenbury Wells in 1963. Film courtesy of
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Lincoln Film Society Jan 9
Tonight we are screening the great, Dawson City: Frozen Time by What can you find out from cans of old film stock you dig out the earth? Well quite a lot, from the social & political to the visual wonder of it. Come & find out for yourself, 7.30pm 📽
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Julie Tims 🇪🇺 Nov 28
AHRC collaborative doctoral awards available at Birmingham City University Working with or For more information about applying:
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BFI Nov 29
Take a tour around the shopping centre of Northampton in 1963. Film courtesy of .
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Joanna White Nov 8
Pleased to have finally blogged MACE’s DPX pres workflow, with and fixity checks. It’s a beginners guide, so not too technical but hopefully it will encourage some new users to give it a go! Thanks to
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BFI Nov 9
More than a decade before the Sex Discrimination Act and the Equal Opportunities Commission, Walsall Corporation Transport Department made the decision to not employ any more women as conductors. 🚌 Film courtesy of
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Media Archive for Central England Oct 31
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Media Archive for Central England Oct 27
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Media Archive for Central England Oct 26
Does anyone know this ginger cat's name? Look like he lived with Birmingham artist Dylan Waldron Source:
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