News

Take a trip back through the decades and discover some of York’s fascinating hidden film gems through a brand new pop up website, CineSecrets: York.

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Yorkshire Film Archive are delighted to announce an award from Creative Skillset to deliver ‘Film Archives for the Future’ - a new programme of training and CPD events for the film heritage sector.  The programme focusses on organisational development at a time of huge change for the sector as it steps up to meet the challenges – and opportunities – of transition from analogue to digital operations.

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Thursday 5th Mar 2015

The Yorkshire Film Archive and Bradford UNESCO City of Film are excited to announce the launch of Memory Bank: Bradford – a special edition DVD reminiscence pack, to be gifted to care homes and support services across the district completely free of charge, thanks to funding from Bradford Metropolitan District Council Adult and Community Services.

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Our next Filmed and Not Forgotten screening takes place on Thursday 5th March, 7:30pm, at Rural Arts in Thirsk.

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Since the earliest days of film making nearly 120 years ago, people have been recording the places they live – their families, the streets, schools, shops and workplaces, important events and everyday lives – all of which have been captured on film by professionals, amateur enthusiasts, cine clubs and home movie makers alike.

Hull is no exception – and the Yorkshire Film Archive are launching their new Film Search Hull campaign to find and preserve Hull’s very own film heritage, so that once again people will be able to see and share the amazing images and stories revealed through these astonishing film collections.

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