British Film Institute National Archive
The BFI National Archive is one of the world’s greatest collections of film and television. The majority of the collection is British material but it also features internationally significant holdings from around the world. There is a wealth of material of every genre from silent newsreels to CinemaScope epics, from home movies to avant-garde experiments, from classic documentaries to vintage television, from advertisements to 3-D films, soap opera to football.
The archive contains more than 50,000 fiction films, over 100,000 non-fiction titles and around 625,000 television programmes.
Films in the collection concern topics such as urban and rural locations, transport, industry, sport and leisure, the arts, science, and natural history. Materials are held on film, videotape and other media including digital formats.
The Non-Fiction collection holds a number of titles relating to Latin America before 1945, from newsreel and documentaries to travelogues and cinemagazines.
Fiction Film Collection
No online catalogue.
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