FAUK member, The East Anglian Film Archive (EAFA), owned and managed by the University of East Anglia (UEA), has been awarded Archive Service Accreditation.
Archivists, academics, researchers and archive film professionals will gather at the Museum of London to explore the learnings and outcomes of our three-year Heritage Lottery funded project, London: A Bigger Picture.
The event will explore the role of copyright in relation to creativity, film archives, and education, with focus on creative reuse.
Learning on Screen course in ‘An Introduction to Moving Image Metadata’ offers the opportunity to learn the requirements of descriptive metadata and how it is used with audiovisual assets in the UK and gain practical knowledge around all aspects of descriptive moving image metadata.
ARCHIVES AT WORK feature – Meet Lenka Sucha, London Screen Archive’s Digital Archive Assistant. Lenka tells us more about her new role and experience of studying and working across Europe
The North West Film Archive is offering a rare opportunity for someone to join the Conservation team, following the retirement of a long-serving colleague.
Northern Ireland Screen reaches Finals of National Lottery Best Heritage Project Awards. Please VOTE!
June 2017 saw the celebration of North West Film Archive’s 40th anniversary – 40 years of working to save the region’s unique film heritage. FAUK members were delighted to join in the celebrations.
The IWM North in Manchester’s Media City was the venue for Film Archive UK’s quarterly meeting on 27th June.
FAUK are grateful to fellow member and IWM’s Head of Film, Matt Lee for organising the venue and tour.
Heading to Manchester for FAUK’s next meeting is newly appointed Manager of London Screen Archive’s, Beatrice Harbour.