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Huntley Film Archives

The Huntley Film Archives is one of the largest independent film libraries in the UK, with a collection of more than 80,000 titles dating from 1895 to the present day.
John Huntley and his daughter Amanda established the company in 1984, and the archive continues to grow with the acquisition of new collections.
Operating mostly as a commercial enterprise, Huntley Archive provides film clips to broadcasters and other production companies. Researchers are however welcome to consult the collection.

Holdings

The collection’s emphasis is on social history from Britain and around the world.
The collection however includes a substantial amount of footage shot in Latin America and the Caribbean: newsreels, travelogues, documentaries on the local industry and agriculture, and amateur home movies.

Consultation

Online catalogue: http://www.huntleyarchives.com/film-archive-search.php

Viewing by appointment only
Viewing rate: £30 + VAT for a half day.
 
To order a VHS the cost is £25 then £5 for each film selected. This is for a low resolution BITC copy for educational use only.
Contact
Huntley Film Archives
22 Islington Green, London
N1 8DU, UK
Tel: +44 (0)20 7226 9260
Fax: +44 (0)20 7359 9337
E-mail: films@huntleyarchives.com
Website: http://www.huntleyarchives.com

 


Printed from: http://www7.bbk.ac.uk/ibamuseum2/resources/photography/huntleyarchives/index_html
Date printed: 21/06/2024