Film Archives UK (FAUK) brings together archives, archivists, associate organisations and individuals who are interested in and committed to the work and development of the UK’s public sector film archives.
For a taste of the material we hold, why not watch our video showcasing some of the treasures from our collections?
Film Archives UK (FAUK), which was incorporated as a limited company with charity objects in 2011, brings together professionals from film and television archives in the UK that are working to deliver public benefit. It is also open for associate membership by those agencies and commercial interests that have a direct interest in the preservation, storage, cataloguing, copying, access and re-use of archive moving image and sound.
FAUK invites you to become a part of the network of archivists, industry professionals, scholars and supporters of moving image preservation and access.
Whether you are facing the challenges of archiving analogue material in the increasingly digital world, grappling with solutions for born-digital materials, or have an interest in exploring the rich potential of our screen heritage to engage users and audiences, FAUK will introduce you to the fast changing world of moving image archiving.
Membership of FAUK provides you with an opportunity to meet, exchange ideas and share information with a whole network of moving image professionals, as well as providing you with a range of benefits including:
Benefits of membership
invitations to attend all FAUK meetings and events
access to discounted registration fees at FAUK conferences, workshops and seminars
access to all FAUK training, skills and practice programmes (discounted fees where applicable)
listing in online members’ directory, with web link to your organisation
benefit of joint publicity / promotion / advocacy initiatives
benefit of joint funding and development initiatives
opportunities to raise the profile of your own moving image collection or related interest through links with other members
use of FAUK logo
As a FAUK member you can contribute to:
development of standards and best practice across the sector
growing new and diverse public engagement platforms for moving image heritage
advancing the skills and training provision that are vital for the future of the sector
evolving initiatives to accelerate the digitisation of screen heritage
FAUK Membership is open to:
UK-based organisations with direct responsibility for a moving image collection
Organisations that wish to engage with and support the work of FAUK and its members
Individuals who wish to support and participate in the work of FAUK