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  • Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Film Archive: Describes the collections and services offered by the Academy's motion picture archives and library.
  • American Film Institute: Silver Theatre and Louis B Mayer Library. Free admission to library, with booking advised for specific research.
  • Anthology Film Archives: Preserves and exhibits motion pictures. It collects literature and documents, and promotes understanding of cinema for students, scholars, the public.
  • Association of Cinema and Video Laboratories: Organization comprised of motion picture laboratories, post production facilities and support companies, that is dedicated to the open exchange of technical information affecting filmmakers.
  • Association of Moving Image Archivists: Organization devoted to advancing the field of moving image archiving. Includes information on membership, conferences, publications, awards, and interest groups.
  • BBC Learning Studies: Video resources from the world's largest educational TV archive, incorporating a full licence to use in education and training.
  • Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive: Centre for study and education with museum, gallery and film archive. Located in Berkeley, California. Entrance charge.
  • British Film Institute: Collections and Archives: Largest collection of television and film titles in Europe. Offers access to titles on several video formats.
  • Center for Motion Picture Study: Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences - the Oscars - film archive and Margaret Herrick Library. Located in Los Angeles. Free admission.
  • Cinemedia: Supports the growth and diversification of screen culture in Australia. Search for titles in the Cinemedia collection.
  • Filmmakers Library: Collects, distributes, sells and leases documentary films and videos primarily for educational use. Subjects include psychology, sociology, anthropology and multicultural issues.
  • Stock, archival, and news footage network. Instantly search the footage trade's best databases.
  • Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies: A collection of over 3,800 videotaped interviews with witnesses and survivors of the Holocaust. Admission by appointment during term time. Housed at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut.
  • George Eastman House: Motion Picture Collections: Collects and interprets images, films, and equipment in the disciplines of photography and motion pictures.
  • Harvard Film Archive: Collects and screens fine foreign, art, historical, and other films.
  • Internet Moving Images Archive: From the Prelinger Archive, thousands of digitalized industrial, educational, travel, propaganda and other short films from 1903 to the 1970s available for free, online.
  • Media Archive for Central England: The moving image archive for the English Midlands. News, contact details, and a map of the region represented.
  • National Archive of Film Shorts: A free depository for film and video shorts lasting 30 minutes or less produced by UK based independent film makers.
  • National Center for Jewish Film: Dedicated to preserving and sharing Jewish heritage. The collection includes features, documentaries, shorts, newsreels, and home movies. Distributes restored versions of rare Yiddish-language features.
  • National Film Preservation Board: A public-private partnership to benefit the film preservation efforts of American film archives, historical societies and similar institutions.
  • Northern Ireland Digital Film Archive: Collection contains 55 hours of moving images about Northern Ireland from 1897-2000, including drama, animation, documentaries, news, newsreels, and amateur films.
  • Out Of Sight: Past festival details with film synopses and genres, as well as a newsletter. Located in Nottingham, UK.
  • Prelinger Archives: Collection of advertising, amateur, educational and industrial films that date from 1903 to 1990. Site includes historical and bibliographical resources on these genres.
  • San Francisco Media Archive: Collection of historically important films. General information including donation guidelines.
  • ScreenSound Australia: Seeks to collect, preserve and share Australia's audio visual heritage.
  • The Film Reference Library: Located in Toronto, Ontario, collects and preserves materials for film education, research and production. Entrance charge.
  • The National Film Archive of Thailand: Collection of television newsreels, documentary and feature films, as well as film ephemera related to Thailand.
  • The New Zealand Film Archive: The Archive collects, protects and projects New Zealand's film and television history. Hosts nation-wide and online exhibitions, screenings and education programmes. Has research libraries in Auckland and Wellington.
  • The Open Video Project: Sponsored by and developed at the Interaction Design Laboratory at the School of Information and Library Science, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. The purpose of the Open Video Project is to collect and make available a repository of digitized video content for the digital video, multimedia retrieval, digital library, and other research communities.
  • The Ransom Center - Film Collection: Located in Austin, Texas at the University of Texas. Various collections and reading rooms.
  • UCLA Film and Television Archive: California-based museum, containing over 220,000 films and television programs and newsreel footage. Items are available to the public via screenings, research facilities, and licensing as stock footage.


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