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Friday, 23 September 2011


The section for Film, Sound and Photography was established to exchange views and information on film, sound and photographic archives and to encourage good practice among those concerned with their acquisition, preservation and arrangement.


Friday, 02 May 2014 by David Baldwin

Dear all,

The Film, Sound and Photography Section (FSPS) invites you to contribute articles for the September edition of ARC, which highlights current news, developments and events regarding audio-visual collections across national/international archives.

Please send them to in a Word doc. (between 400-800 words) with any accompanying images in .jpeg or .tiff format (at least 300 dpi, CYMK not RGB, and at least 100 mm wide).

If you have any questions about submitting, do get in touch. All entries must be in by the end of June.

Thank you in advance,


Hi Ruth, I know Stanley Productions ( in Wardour Street could digitise the tapes. Also, I can recommend Audio Restored ( and Shaw Sounds ( in Essex. Alternatively, if you would like to bring the tapes to Chelmsford we could have a quick listen to them here.
Last replied by Martin Astell on Friday, 22 March 2013
David Baldwin
To support the work of local and regional archived films, London Screen Archives (LSA) has developed a fantastic new app called Archive Weekly Calendar.

Enjoy a selection of byte-sized film clips of people, places, national events and local traditions from over the years – all discovered in the vaults of regional film archives across England.

This week, view "The Barbican Before The Barbican" @
Friday, 01 March 2013 16:14
David Baldwin
New film clips uploaded into the FSPS video section. Let us know what you think?
Friday, 13 January 2012 10:58
David Baldwin
Learn more about the Film Archive Forum,
Friday, 09 December 2011 17:01