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Woodfidley Reunion

Wessex Film and Sound Archive

Members of the Winchester folk dance group Woodfidley reunited at a film show of their past glories, hosted by Wessex Film and Sound Archive (WFSA) on 26th September 2013.

1970s images of Birmingham Central Library

Media Archive for Central England

On 3rd September the new Library of Birmingham opened its doors to the public for the first time. In recognition of this, MACE has compiled a series of short films from ATV Today which show the building of the third Birmingham Central Library from 1970-1973.

Flatpack Screenings of ‘The Miners’ Hymns’

Media Archive for Central England

Birmingham’s fantastic Flatpack, which brings films, animation, music and art to a variety of sometimes unlikely venues to the West Midlands, is collaborating with highly acclaimed producers Forma, to present four Midlands screenings of The Miners’ Hymns, ‘a bewitching, hypnotic and moving portrait of British miners.

MACE Re-Release ‘The Black Country 1969′ DVD

Media Archive for Central England

MACE are pleased to announce that we have re-released our DVD, The Black Country 1969.

This poignant and atmospheric profile of the people and character of the Black Country, the birthplace and the cradle of the industrial revolution has proved extremely popular so much so that we ran out of stock in December last year.

Filmed and Not Forgotten

Yorkshire Film Archive

As Centenary commemorations in 2014 approach, the Yorkshire Film Archive is delighted to announce it has received an award from the Heritage Lottery Fund for an important new project, Filmed and Not Forgotten, that will enable vital preservation work to its film collections relating to the First World War.