We're thrilled to announce that the British Council Film Collection is now complete! As of today, the full collection is available to watch and download for free under Creative Commons on the British Council website.
A couple of weeks back, I found myself stood in an overcast churchyard in Gloucestershire with a big smile on my face because, after exactly three years of searching, I had found Mr Primrose. Of course, you're likely wondering who Mr Primrose was, for he certainly wasn't famous...
That's right, TIME/IMAGE is off to its first proper exhibition! On Sunday we'll be scooting up to the fair town of Liverpool to set up for the Museums Association Conference and Exhibition 2013, which runs Monday to Tuesday next week. We're pretty excited about the event as we've never exhibited before and, trite as it
This week, I had the pleasure of speaking at the 'Bits 2 Blogs' event in Newcastle. Hosted at the Great North Museum, and run by the Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums, it gave those working in the North East cultural heritage sector an opportunity to hear about new ideas and technologies for engaging audiences. It
To celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, the British Council have released two new films with a royal flavour on the British Council Film Collection website.
Just in case you missed it on our wikispaces site for the British Council Archive Films, here is the text from our page on the famous names behind so many of these great films: A part of what makes this collection of films so exceptional is the high production quality. This was made possible by
Welcome to the first edition of HERE WE GO AGAIN brought to you by TIME/IMAGE. In this series, we intend to pick out some of the bigger or more interesting current news events, and provide a history of similar events that have happened in past, using only freely-available online resources. It’s well known that by understanding the
We have just uploaded re-scanned, higher quality versions the Films of Britain booklet series. We are also delighted to include the 1944-45 edition that eluded us last time. Please click on the thumbnails above to virtually flick through the pages of each one, or see the Films of Britain page for more background information.
We just want to say a big thank you to LIFF25, Leeds Town Hall and most importantly everyone who showed up for the screening. We were really made up with the turn out, really appreciated the feedback (please feel free to leave any comments below) and look forward to do more screenings like this in